Nexus Art Cafe will be hosting a six-week pilot project alongside the Dry Umbrella CIC which sees Nexus Art Cafe go back to its roots as a temperance bar on Friday and Saturday nights. The ‘Umbrella Cafe’ will be a pop-up initiative, serving mocktails and other alcohol free drinks from 7:30pm until 11pm. To see a line-up of events provided by Umbrella Cafe then please visit their website
Nexus Art Cafe is proud to be an alcohol free-venue and we are delighted to be working with the Dry Umbrella to promote the idea of enjoying a night out without the need to drink.
We’re delighted to be running some new crafty activities on Monday evenings! Starting on 1st of September, come along from 7:30 – 9pm to try your hand at something new. All courses are provided by Caroline Coates £5 per session. Please email email@example.com to book.
Sunday afternoons are a time for crafts at Nexus.
Come along and craft with others from 3-5pm, there will experts about to help you with any knitting, crochet or sewing tangles you get yourself into.
Novice or expert, all are welcome!
The Mancunian Way Photofest 2014
Preview Thursday 26th June 7 – 9:30pm
June 24th – August 10th 2014
Nexus Art Cafe plays host to an exciting new photography exhibition - The Mancunian Way. The exhibition features a selection of works by new and emerging Manchester-based photographers, who have been inspired to pursue themes of and regarding Manchester and how things are ‘done the Mancunian way!’
Sat 14th – Sun 22nd June
Nexus Art Café are inviting knitters, crocheters and other ‘yarnies’ to come and use the café space for yarn creativity for the whole nine days. A hamper of yarn, hooks and needles available during opening times all week.
This event is run as part of World Wide Knit in PublicWeek.
WWKIP started out as a day, extended to a weekend and now spans the intervening week days across at least 4 continents.
Come and relax, learn a new skill and share your work in progress. Why not make something lovely for our cafe? Tea cozies, coasters or critters, we’d love to have them on display.