Manchester’s Palace Theatre is one of the most popular theatres outside London. It plays host to a wide repertoire of performances that includes West End and Broadway shows and musicals, ballet, opera, music concerts, and comedy.
The venue can seat 1955 theatregoers. It was built at the end of the nineteenth century and many of the seats have restricted leg space. A detailed seating plan can be viewed on the official Palace Theatre website.
Facilities include the Stage Door bar, VIP lounge, and cloakroom.
Tickets can also be purchased by calling 0844 871 3019, on the official Palace Theatre website, or in person at the box office. Box office opening times are Monday to Saturday noon to 6 pm (or to 15 minutes after the performance starts on show days). On Sunday the box office opens two hours before the performance and closes 15 minutes after it starts.
The Palace Theatre is situated on Oxford Street (postcode M1 6FT) in Manchester city centre. The nearest parking is at the NCP Palace Car Park. This is located on Atwood Street, just off Whitworth Street and next to Bridgewater House (postcode M1 6LT).
The Palace Theatre is owned and managed by the Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG). ATG’s other theatres in North West England are the Liverpool Empire Theatre, the Opera House Manchester, and the Southport Theatre and Convention Centre.
Tourist attractions and things to do near Palace Theatre Manchester include: