THESE are the first pictures of Manchester Arena’s new foyer released as the bombed concert hall prepares to reopen with a gig paying tribute to the 22 victims of May’s attack.The images have been released in the hope of preparing people affected by the terror attack before they return to the venue.Renovation work is continuing but the arena is ready to open its doors for Saturday’s We Are Manchester memorial gig, which will be headlined by Noel Gallagher and feature performances by Pixie Lott, Rick Astley, Louisa Johnson, Blossoms, The Courteeners and Bugzy Malone.The image was released in conjunction with a charity working to provide support to the families of the 22 people killed in the May 22 attack and all those affected.The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace also organised visits for families who lost loved ones as well as those who were injured.In a statement, Nick Taylor, Chief Executive said: “People affected by the 22nd May attack have been invited back to the City Room in advance of the space being reopened to ticket holders for the We Are Manchester concert.”There has been huge interest in this private advance visit which has been strongly police regulated and supported by… Read full this story
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