No longer will you be 'that guy' who lurks in the shadows of coffee shops; taking full advantage of the internet and still nursing the Americano that was bought on arrival, five hours earlier. At Ziferblat you pay just 6p per minute. Go fill your boots with hot beverages and kickback at your leisure, completely guilt free.
In this shared space guests are free to relax, work, study, hold a meeting or workshop, read a book, play piano, get acquainted with good people and attend one of the many activities or events. Guests become a micro tenant of the space, encouraged to kick their shoes off and treat it like home. Everyone is welcome to run their own events in the space. Ziferblat will help with new ideas; keen individuals are encouraged to simply enquire for details on how to set something up. Ziferblat currently run talks with The Guardian, an independent film festival, gigs, guitar lessons, yoga, book groups, knitting club, film nights and more!
The concept was originally started by a group of poets in Russia and they have now opened 15 branches of their “treehouse for adults”. The most recent being in two of the UK's most cultural corners; Manchester's Northern Quarter and Liverpool's Albert Dock.
Find out more at www.Ziferblat.co.uk and make sure you drop in to the addresses below!
Ziferblat Edge Street
23 Edge Street Northern Quarter,
Ziferblat Albert Dock