A spectacular waterside building housing theatres, galleries, restaurant, café/bars and gift shop.
Situated on the waterside at the heart of The Quays, The Lowry is a stunning, award winning building housing two vibrant theatres, a studio space, relaxing art galleries, cafés, bars, a restaurant and souvenir gift shop.
With a huge variety of performances, The Lowry's Lyric and Quays Theatres offer a wealth of fabulous entertainment, including West End musicals, the very best in drama, live bands, famous comedians, plus world class dance and opera. From Peter Kay to the Kirov Ballet, Morrissey to Alan Bennett and much more, you'll find something to appeal to all tastes.
Gallery entry is free and you can enjoy the work of one of the nation's favourite artists, LS Lowry, in changing exhibitions of his work which we hope will offer some surprises. At the same time, experience work by artists of local, national and international renown to compliment our Lowry exhibitions. There's always something new and refreshing to see in our galleries.
With family fun throughout the building, guided tours, the Meet Mr Lowry film, plus participatory activity for all ages, The Lowry is a great day out.
Tom Dekyvere Nervous
12th July 2018, 12:00 pm
12th July 2018, 3:00 pm
Tom Dekyvere is an international artist who creates large-scale digital installations to explore the deeper layers of reality and the human mind. His latest piece Nervous features in The Lowry's Week 53 Festival and probes the unexpected connections and disconnections in the human brain.
Belgium artist Tom Dekyvere has been producing gigantic temporary artworks to audience acclaim across the globe. The artist has accepted The Lowry's invitation to respond to our building by creating an immense representation of the brain’s nervous system. This structure will be suspended throughout our foyer public areas. By day ‘Nervous’ will be a stunning installation in our public spaces, by night this installation interactive technology enables the public to use their own brain waves to change the nighttime lighting and effect of the artwork.