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On The Corner

So farewell then, to The Cornerhouse. A Manchester institution of 30 years standing that served up arthouse cinema, a mean veggie lasagne and a semi-decent range of reassuringly expensive, foreign beers. 350 more words


Welcome HOME!

Last month Cornerhouse and I reluctantly ended our long-standing relationship (it wasn’t my doing; Cornerhouse decided it was time to move on)Today, I began a new relationship with… 267 more words


The Cornerhouse Cafe

I had some deviled eggs which were very nice, then they threw me out.


Corner House, Singapore Botanic Gardens

In recent years, there has been an explosion of avant garde restaurants helmed by exciting and innovative young local chefs. Ingredients though are probably flown in, which accounts for the higher price such as the French sweet onion used for the soup. 511 more words


Goodbye Cornerhouse

For certain people in Manchester, the Cornerhouse is the still point of the turning world. Patrons include Mark Kermode and Danny Boyle, it held the UK premiere for Reservoir Dogs (complete with baffling Tarantino introduction), the first public gallery to commission Damien Hirst, and basically every student’s favourite cinema/gallery/restaurant/book shop/cafe. 137 more words

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Farewell, Cornerhouse

I’ve lived in Manchester since 1988, and Cornerhouse has been part of my life ever since.

People I worked with at the time used to raise their eyebrows when I said I’d been there – “what, you mean with the dirty mac brigade!?” I hadn’t realised that for people who had lived in Manchester longer than me, the site had previously been a very differnt kind of cinema. 286 more words