The Printworks is located in the heart of Manchester city centre and features a range of restaurants, bars and clubs, alongside a gym and IMAX multiplex cinema.
The Printworks was opened in 2000 by Sir Alex Ferguson and Lionel Ritchie and now has 15 restaurants serving a range of cuisine from Chinese to Mexican, Japanese to Greek, and Cajun to Irish.
The leisure scheme is situated on the corner of Withy Grove and the city’s well-known Corporation Street and next to Manchester Arena, the National Football Museum, Royal Exchange Theatre and Manchester Victoria train station.
It is home to a 20-screen Odeon cinema and the only IMAX screen within a 30 mile radius and the biggest outside London. There are a range of restaurants on offer including Chiquito, Harvester, Nandos, Prezzo, Wagamama, and Wasabi. In addition to this there are also a number of bars from Lloyds Bar and Tiger Tiger to the Hard Rock Café.
The Printworks is situated in the heart of the city centre and within walking distance of all Manchester train stations, with Manchester Victoria station situated the closest. The leisure park is located next to a 24-hour NCP car park, and accessible by bus and train.