Q: Where is Christie’s Bistro?

A: Christie’s Bistro is located in The University of Manchester’s Christie Building in the Old Quadrangle just off Burlington Street (off Oxford Road). When you arrive at Burlington Street from Oxford Road head down past the car parking lodge and take your first right, the entrance into the Christie Building is on your right.

You may find this Google maps link useful, Christie’s Bistro Location.

There is a map to the University campus here. The Christie Building is number 58.

Please note, there is no car parking, or disabled parking, at the venue.

Please note, there are stairs into the venue, so please let us know if you have any accessibility needs and/or require step-free access, please email: [email protected]


Q: Where can I park?

A: There are a number of car parks nearby. One of the closest is at Booth Street West car park, M15 6AR [link to: Car Parking (The University of Manchester)],

There is also Cecil Street, open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Please use postcode M15 6GD

Please be aware; if you are driving, that the Oxford Road bus gates operate on certain stretches. This means that parts of the road are only open to buses, black cabs and pedal cycles from 6am to 9pm. If you enter the bus lane or use a bus gate, you may get a Penalty Charge Notice. (The Oxford Road bus gate | Bus gates | Manchester City Council).


Q: Public transport

A: Find out more about travel to Christie’s Bistro via public transport here: https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/


Q: Private hire transport

A: If you are planning on arriving by private hire taxi or Uber, get off on Dover Street (by Kro Bar) cross over Oxford Road on foot to Burlington Street.


Q: How long is the event?

A: The event opens at 5pm and will finish at 6.30pm.  We’ll be serving a selection of drinks and canapes; including vegetarian and vegan options.


Q: What’s on the agenda?

A:  There will be a number of presentations from the Tutor Trust leadership and our guest speakers. You will also have chance to network with our partners and our tutors.


Q: Disability access

A: There is information on accessibility on this page: Maps and travel | The University of Manchester

Please let us know if you have any accessibility needs and/or require step-free access, please email: [email protected]