The £37m cultural centre will house a world class library, café/bars, boutique cinema and state of the art theatre spaces.
Located next door to the construction site on Northgate Street, the Visitor Centre will be available 2 days a week for members of the pubic to drop in and discover more about the cultural centre, due to open in the autumn of 2016.
Graham Lister, Project Director, RE:NEW said ‘we are really keen to engage with the public as much as possible regarding the new cultural centre. There is clearly a fierce appetite to find out more about what it will look like, programme ideas and opportunities to get involved – the visitor centre will be a great hub for people to feel involved and inspired.’
As well as information panels detailing the kind of activity that will happen in the centre, a scale model is also available to view and some of the artefacts that were unearthed during the archaeological dig that took place late December 2014, before construction works began. Plus a member of the team will be on hand to answer any queries.
The Visitor Centre will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays between 2pm -4pm, it is free to drop in.