Situated on an arm of the Bridgewater Canal, the world-class
£42-million concert venue Bridgewater Hall holds over 250
performances a year and is home to one of Britain's longest-running
orchestras, the Hallé Orchestra. This architecturally striking
building can house just under 2,500 audience members and the main
auditorium is centred around a remarkable 5,500-pipe organ. The
Hall plays host not only to classical music, but has also seen a
range of popular music artists such as the legendary James Brown,
indie artist Badly Drawn Boy and guitarist John Williams.
Bridgewater Hall is also home to the award-winning Charles Hallé
restaurant, as well as the Stalls Café Bar.
Address: Lower Mosley Street Website: www.bridgewater-hall.co.uk Email: email@example.com Telephone: (0)161 907 9000 Transportation: Accessible by car, bus or train. Nearest train stations
are Deansgate and Oxford Road Opening Time: Booking office is open from Monday to Saturday, from
10am to 6pm (8pm on concert nights), and on Sundays (concert nights
only) from 12pm to 8pm. Closed on non-concert
Sundays. Admission: Concert prices vary, guided tours cost £5.
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