Albert Hall Manchester
Albert Hall events and tickets
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Hacienda Classical Aftershow
- Saturday 1st July
- Hacienda Classical Aftershow returns to Albert Hall following the fully sold out Hacienda Classical at Castlefield Bowl.
- Sunday 3rd September
- Interpol appearing at Manchester Albert Hall.
Little Big Town
- Thursday 28th September
- Little Big Town appearing at Manchester Albert Hall.
- Thursday 5th October
- DJ Shadow appearing at Manchester Albert Hall.
Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker
- Saturday 2nd December
- Nick Murphy formerly know as Chet Faker brings his down tempo electronica soul to The Albert Hall on the 2nd of December.
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Albert Hall venue information
A Grade II listed Wesleyan chapel in Manchester City Centre closed and hidden for over 40 years. Resurrected by Trof, the people behind Gorilla and The Deaf Institute, as an unrivalled events venue, restaurant and bar. The grand and ornate chapel has been restored into a stunning purpose built music hall and is set to become one of the most atmospheric music and events venues in the UK.
The Albert Hall venue, bar and restaurant will be revealed in 2014. Before that time though, the grand concert hall is available for one off events bookings, having already played host to specially commissioned performances from: Mogwai, Goldfrapp with the RNCM string orchestra, Maxine Peake starring in a theatrical adaptation of 'The Masque of Anarchy' and more.
Name: Albert Hall
Phone: 0161 8173490
Type of venue: Live
Parking Details: Great Northern leisure complex (opposite) - 1200 spaces
Nearest Train Station: Deansgate Train Station (500m)
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