The Bridgewater Hall is located in Manchester, UK. Built as a concert hall, it meets international standards for concert venues. The facility holds over 200 annual performances, from classical to rock and jazz. The Bridgewater houses three orchestras: the Halle, the BBC Philharmonic, and Manchester Camerata. International Concert Series is a classical music season organised by the Bridgewater.
The venue is located on Lower Mosley Street, M2 3WS, Manchester, UK.
By train and tube: You could take Altrincham tram from Piccadilly Station to Deansgate-Castlefield then walk about 1 minute to Bridgewater Hall.
By bus: Take bus number 33 from Piccadilly Gardens to Bridgewater Hall stop, then walk approximately 2 minutes.
By car: Use SatNav for easy navigation, the GPS code is M4 5JZ.
International: Take A56 motorway from the airport, follow directional signs along the way. The journey would take about 15 minutes if there is no traffic congestion. You could also take bus number 43 from Bailey Lane/ Hilary Road to Portland Street, and then walk about 200 meters to Bridgewater Hall.
Parking spaces are available to concert goers at Park Avenue for 6 pounds. Parking spaces must be booked at least a week before the concert and are valid from 17:30 pm on the day of the event. A limited number of parking spaces are offered to disabled patrons. These spaces are free, but must be booked at the Box Office in advance. This option is not available for Midday events or private functions.
Accessibility for people with special needs
The Bridgewater Hall offers level access to the main entrance and the Box Office. There is also a ramped entrance at the parking lot. Also, step-free access is available to the auditorium, restaurants and bars. There are lifts to every floor. Moreover, all bars, restaurants, as well as a box office have low-level counters. Adapted toilets are available on all floors of the Hall.