Palace Theatre Manchester

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If you are looking for all shows listed at the Palace Theatre, Manchester that are booking now – then look no further! To see what’s on in Manchester theatres, browse below…

Listed below are all of the shows currently booking at the Palace Theatre and our booking links are direct with the theatre’s box office.

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Many shows have tickets from as little as £13.00 (+ ATG transaction fee) –  such as, The Commitments, Mamma Mia, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Strictly Ballroom, Carmen, Les Misérables and more…

For information: ATG continues to make the safety and security of its customers and staff a priority. As such, please bear in mind that they may undertake bag checks, so recommend you leave extra time to avoid queues, and refrain from bringing suitcases, rucksacks and large bags into the theatre.

Palace Theatre Manchester
Palace Theatre Manchester

The Palace Theatre in Manchester is a historic performing arts venue that has played a significant role in the city’s cultural scene for over a century. Located on Oxford Street in the heart of Manchester, the Palace Theatre has been the go-to destination for theatre enthusiasts in the city and beyond, with its impressive range of productions and performances.

The Palace Theatre was built in 1891, and over the years, it has undergone numerous renovations to keep up with the changing times. The theatre boasts a stunning façade with intricate architectural details and a grand entrance that leads visitors into a spacious and opulent lobby. The main auditorium features a capacity of over 1,200 seats, with plush seating, ornate décor, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems.

Over the years, the Palace Theatre has played host to a wide range of productions, from Shakespearean plays to musicals and operas. Some of the most famous productions that have graced the theatre’s stage include the Manchester premiere of Les Miserables in 1987, The Phantom of the Opera in 1993, and Wicked in 2013.

In addition to its impressive range of performances, the Palace Theatre has also played an important role in the city’s cultural scene. The theatre has provided a platform for local artists and performers to showcase their talents, and has also hosted a number of community events and outreach programs.

In recent years, the theatre has implemented a number of eco-friendly initiatives, such as installing LED lighting, reducing water usage, and implementing recycling programs. The theatre is also committed to supporting local businesses and suppliers, using locally sourced products wherever possible.

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Manchester Palace Theatre
97 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 6FT



Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I park near the Palace Theatre, Manchester?

There are a number of car parks within easy walking distance from the theatre: including NCP Oxford Street. Also, check out Q-Park.

What are the opening hours for the Palace Theatre in Manchester?

The Palace Theatre in Manchester is open for patrons to attend a show 90 minutes prior to the performance commencing. Customers are able to take advantage of our theatres bar facilities while waiting for the auditorium seats to be available, which is usually 30 minutes prior to the show.

What is the nearest train station to the Palace Theatre, Manchester?

Nearest train station is Oxford Road (situated directly opposite the theatre). Piccadilly train station is only 0.3 miles from the theatre.

Which bus routes are for Palace Theatre Manchester?

alace Theatre Manchester is situated on Oxford Road/Street and is on and close to all the major bus routes.

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