How to Find Us
The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama
The University of Manchester
Bridgeford Street, Manchester, M13 9PL.
Telephone: 0161 275 8951
Email for enquiries: email@example.com
Box Office Hours: 14:00 - 16:00 Monday to Friday.
How to find us:
The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is situated behind the Manchester Museum, which is located on Oxford Road. It is approximately a mile south of the city centre.
There are two entrances to the building, one on Bridgeford Street, the other on Coupland Street. Please note that there is pedestrian access only to both of these streets.
The Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, the John Thaw Studio Theatre and the John Casken Lecture Theatre can all be found within the Martin Harris Centre.
Please do not rely on your satellite navigation system to find the Martin Harris Centre, as our postcode covers the entire University of Manchester campus. As an alternative, we would advise patrons to use Google maps (below).
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Getting to the Martin Harris Centre:
By Bus: Direct routes to Oxford Road run regularly from Piccadilly Gardens in Central Manchester. Routes and timetable enquiries 0161 242 6040.
By Metro: Metrolink services run between Altrincham and Bury, East Didsbury and Rochdale, Eccles and Droylsden, through Manchester city centre. Timetable enquiries 0161 205 2000.
Car parking is available in the multi-storey car park off Booth Street West, opposite the Royal Northern College of Music. Parking costs £2.00 from 16.00 to midnight weekdays, £2 all day on Saturday and Sunday and is payable upon exiting the car park. Please note that there is no vehicle access to the Martin Harris Centre from either Bridgeford Street or Coupland Street.
Patrons requiring wheelchair access to concerts and events are asked to inform the box office at the time of booking. The Martin Harris Centre is fully accessible. Parking is available for Blue Badge holders in the multi-storey car park - please ask the box office for more information.
There are a range of facilities within the Martin Harris Centre for disabled patrons:
The Martin Harris Centre is fully accessible. The Centre has a ramp at the Coupland Street entrance and there are level floor entrances to both performance spaces. Both entrances to the building have auto-opening doors. There are wheelchair spaces in the Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall and in the John Thaw Studio Theatre. There is one manually operated wheelchair available by prior arrangement. Patrons requiring wheelchair access to concerts and events are asked to inform the Box Office at the time of booking.
The box office has a low level counter and there are disabled toilet facilities available on the ground floor.
There are parking spaces available for blue badge holders in the multi-storey car park. If parking is required closer to the building, this can be arranged in advance. Please contact the box office.
The Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall and John Thaw Studio Theatre are fitted with induction loops. (Hearing aids should be switched to the ‘T’ position)
General Access Information:
There is a drop off point outside the venue. Please call the box office on 0161 275 8951 for further information.
There is seating in the main foyer.
The Martin Harris Centre has baby changing facilities available.
Adopt a Seat:
If you enjoy our concerts why not Adopt-a-Seat?
You can adopt your favourite seat in your name, or seats named for family and friends, to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, to commemorate a graduation or other milestone, or as a way of remembering a departed loved one. Some seats have already been adopted in this way, others to acknowledge favourite composers. The choice is yours.
Adopting a seat is a very personal way to share in the development of this wonderful cultural arts venue. The money raised goes towards providing the best facilities possible for our musicians and provides a visible and lasting legacy for future generations of students.
If you would like more information about seat sponsorship please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us: Adopt-a-seat, The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL.
6th December 2013, 19:30
QUATUOR DANEL Evening Concert
Guy Danel chooses a piece for his farewell Manchester appearance with the Quatuor Danel.
6th December 2013, 13:10
Manchester University Baroque Orchestra
Students from the Manchester University Baroque Orchestra give a historically informed performance on the university’s reproduction instruments
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