Palace Theatre Manchester Events
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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.
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.
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.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN MANCHESTER
Manchester is one of the most vibrant and bustling cities in the UK, with a thriving economy, a rich cultural heritage, and a diverse community. However, like many other major cities, Manchester faces a number of challenges when it comes to public transport and parking.
Public transport is an essential aspect of any city's infrastructure, providing people with access to work, education, and leisure activities. Manchester has a relatively extensive public transport system, including buses, trams, and trains. The city is served by two main train stations, Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria, which offer connections to destinations across the UK.
In recent years, the city has invested heavily in its tram network, with the opening of the Metrolink in 1992 and several extensions since then. The Metrolink now serves over 90 stops across Greater Manchester, connecting the city centre with suburbs and outlying areas. The system is particularly popular with commuters, with over 43 million journeys made on the network in 2019.
Buses also play an important role in Manchester's public transport system, with over 130 routes serving the city and its suburbs. The city has also introduced a number of initiatives to encourage people to use public transport, such as the Get Me There smartcard, which offers discounted travel on buses and trams, and the Cycle Hub, which provides secure bike parking at key transport hubs.
Despite these efforts, however, Manchester still faces a number of challenges when it comes to public transport. One of the biggest issues is congestion, particularly in the city centre. The city's narrow streets and complex road network can make it difficult for buses and trams to navigate, leading to delays and overcrowding.
Another issue is the cost of public transport. While the Get Me There smartcard offers discounted travel, many people still find the cost of regular bus and tram journeys prohibitive, particularly those on lower incomes. This can lead to a reliance on private cars, which exacerbates congestion and pollution.
Parking is another challenge facing Manchester. The city has a number of car parks and on-street parking spaces, but these are often expensive and in high demand. There are also a number of restrictions on parking in the city centre, such as the congestion charge zone and the limited hours of on-street parking.
To address these challenges, Manchester has introduced a number of measures to encourage sustainable transport and reduce the number of cars on the road. These include the introduction of more cycle lanes, pedestrianised areas, and car-free zones in the city centre. The city has also launched a number of campaigns to encourage people to walk or cycle to work, such as the Walk to Work campaign and the Bike to Work scheme.
In conclusion, public transport and parking are important issues for Manchester, as they are for any major city. While the city has made significant progress in improving its public transport infrastructure and encouraging sustainable transport, there is still more work to be done. By continuing to invest in public transport and promoting sustainable transport options, Manchester can create a cleaner, healthier, and more accessible city for all its residents.
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Palace Theatre Tour at Palace Theatre Manchester£12.50
Opened in 1891, The Palace Theatre is one of Manchester’s oldest and most beautiful theatres. With a glorious history hosting stars of stage and screen including Judy Garland, Gracie Fields, Les Dawson..Valid From 10/10/2023Valid To 10/10/2023Buy Here
Frankie Boyle at Palace Theatre Manchester£32.41
Frankie Boyle’s current tour continues to solidify his status as a comedic force to be reckoned with. With his unfiltered humor, incisive social commentary, and fearless approach to tackling controversial topics, he..Valid From 14/10/2023Valid To 14/10/2023Buy Here
English National Ballet – Akram Khan’s Giselle at Palace Theatre Manchester...£13.00
As the curtain rises, dancers in shadow push against a forbidding wall. From that moment on, Akram Khan’s Giselle stuns with powerful images. Mesmerising choreography, atmospheric lighting by Mark Henderson and a..Valid From 19/10/2023Valid To 21/10/2023Buy Here
Pretty Woman The Musical at Manchester Palace Theatre£13.00
Once upon a time in the late ’80s, Vivian met Edward and her life changed forever. Be swept up in their romance in this dazzlingly theatrical take on a love story for..Valid From 5/3/2024Valid To 16/3/2024Buy Here
Macbeth Palace Theatre Manchester 2024 Tickets£8.00
Macbeth at Palace Theatre Manchester on Friday 8th March 2024. Something wicked this way comes… Macbeth is happy. Happy enough. Then he meets three witches and it all goes downhill pretty quickly...Valid From 8/3/2024Valid To 8/3/2024Buy Here
Sister Act at Palace Theatre Manchester£13.00
Don’t miss this eagerly anticipated 2023 Olivier Award-nominated production of the Broadway and UK smash hit musical Sister Act. Disco diva Deloris’ life takes a surprising turn when she witnesses a murder...Valid From 18/3/2024Valid To 30/3/2024Buy Here
Stars for Tonight 2024 at Palace Theatre Manchester£20.00
Stars for Tonight 2024 live at Palace Theatre Manchester on Sunday 21st April 2024. Sun at 19:00 Age guidance No children under 3 years View All Shows at Palace Theatre Manchester 97..Valid From 21/4/2024Valid To 21/4/2024Buy Here
The Wizard of Oz Live at Palace Theatre ManchesterTickets From £13.00
The Wizard of Oz live at Palace Theatre Manchester from Wednesday 24th April to Sunday 5th May 2024. Direct from The London Palladium, the sensational new production of one of the world’s..Valid From 24/4/2024Valid To 5/5/2024Buy Tickets
Bonnie and Clyde Palace Theatre Manchester Tickets£13.00
Bonnie and Clyde at Palace Theatre Manchester from Tuesday 7th May to Saturday 11th May 2024. WINNER of Best New Musical (What’sOnStage Awards 2023), the West End smash-hit BONNIE & CLYDE is..Valid From 7/5/2024Valid To 11/5/2024Buy Here
Disney’s Aladdin Palace Theatre Manchester 2024 Tickets...
Disney’s Aladdin Palace Theatre Manchester 2024 Tickets Experience Disney’s spectacular Broadway and West End musical Aladdin on its UK and Ireland Tour, flying in on a magic carpet to a theatre near..Valid From 22/5/2024Valid To 7/7/2024Buy Here
Grease the Musical Palace Theatre Manchester TicketsTickets From £13.00
Grease the Musical is at Palace Theatre Manchester from Tuesday 8th October to Saturday 12th October 2024. After a whirlwind summer romance, leather-clad greaser Danny and girl-next-door Sandy are unexpectedly reunited when..Valid From 8/10/2024Valid To 12/10/2024Buy Tickets
Hamilton Palace Theatre Manchester Tickets£13.00
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s multi-award-winning cultural phenomenon Hamilton is touring the UK for the very first time in 2023/2024 and is coming to Manchester Palace Theatre for a 15-week season from Saturday 11 November..Valid From 16/11/2024Valid To 24/2/2024Buy Here
Wicked Musical at Palace Theatre Manchester£26.00
Based on the acclaimed novel by Gregory Maguire, Wicked imagines a beguiling backstory to the lives of L. Frank Baum’s beloved characters, and reveals the magic that shaped the destinies of two..Valid From 9/12/2025Valid To 12/1/2025Buy Here