We wish to advise that The Bridgewater Hall is closed to the public in line with government directives.

Please note that during this period when the venue is closed our Box Office can only be contacted on

Information regarding Rescheduled & Cancelled Events

Information regarding The Bridgewater Hall Closure Statement 23 March 2020

The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester M2 3WS.

The Bridgewater Hall is in the centre of Manchester, easily accessible by public transport and by road.

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Opening Hours

Box Office Opening Hours

Please note the Box Office is now closed until further notice. If you are waiting for information about a particular event, please bear with us, we will contact you as soon as we can. In the meantime, please visit our Rescheduled and Cancelled Events page.

Foyer Opening Hours

Please note the foyer is closed until further notice.


Stalls Café Bar

Stalls Café Bar is closed until further notice.

The Bridgewater Hall Shop

The Shop is closed until further notice.


Eating & Drinking

To dine in style, our Charles Hallé Restaurant, has established a dedicated following from concert-goers. We also have the Stalls Café Bar,  for a more informal dining experience.

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Travel & Parking

Parking and travel discounts information, and details about disabled parking spaces.

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Hotel Accommodation

INNSIDE by Melia Manchester is an ideal choice. The hotel is located two minutes’ walk from The Bridgewater Hall. INNSIDE offers 208 spacious, modern guest rooms, with comfortable king-size or twin beds, and fantastic cityscape views. More Info

INNSIDE by Melia, 1 First Street, Manchester M15 4RP
Tel: 0161 200 2500


Please tell us if you have any access requirements at the time of your booking. By letting us know your requirements we will, where possible, seat you appropriately.


New measures are in place for admission to the building and a number of items are prohibited from the venue.

Guided Tours

Why not take a tour and see behind the scenes at The Bridgewater Hall? Our entertaining tour guides will tell you about the history and architecture of Manchester’s iconic international concert hall. You will also have the opportunity to visit parts of the building not usually open to the public, including the atmospheric undercroft where you can see how the Hall is built on giant springs! Please note the undercroft is accessed by a flight of metal steps; all other areas of the tour are fully accessible.

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Visiting with Children

The Bridgewater Hall welcomes families with small children to family-friendly concerts and events, and for these events family tickets or discounts for children are usually available. Please note all persons attending a ticketed event must have a ticket, regardless of age. For more information about the full range of family-friendly concerts and events at the Hall, please see the What’s On listings. Families are also welcome to enjoy our informal free concerts such as the A Little Bite Music series and occasional performances in the Stalls Café Bar.

Our formal classical concerts demand high levels of concentration from the audience and performers, and are not suitable for babies and young children. We do not allow pre-school aged children in the Auditorium for these events. Older children attending formal classical concerts must be able to concentrate for the duration of the performance without disturbing other members of the audience. Please note that anyone who has to leave the Auditorium during a performance may not be able to re-enter except at the interval.

For all performances, under 14s must be accompanied by an adult (18+). Where an event has a specific age restriction (eg over 18s only) then this regulation takes precedence.

If you are unsure about the suitability of a concert for children, or need any further information about family visits to the Hall, please ask when booking your tickets.

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