Gorilla Manchester is an industrial chic bar under the railway arches, with a grill menu, live music, and priceless gin. Award winner for a bar of the year 2013 in Manchester, this magnificent venue can accommodate up to 700 people at a time. A Gin Parlour is hosted by Gorilla, where you can relax and consume some of the best gins from all around the world. The bar has got a private room that lends itself to anything. Well-known performers Majid Jordan
, Ben Pearce, Josef Salvat, Victor Wooten
and many others had their shows hosted at Gorilla.
The venue is located on 54-56 Whitworth Street, Manchester, M1 5WW, and these are the ways to get there.
By train and tube: Manchester Oxford Road is the nearest station - just a couple of minutes from the bar. After you exit the station, head straight, and on the next junction turn left.
By bus: buses 44, 104, 105 and 112 can take you right to the venue. Numbers 50, 145, 191, 197 will lead you to Oxford St/Gt Bridgewater station, where you will head south on Oxford Street and turn right at the next crossroad.
By car: follow B6469 - you won’t miss Gorilla Manchester.
International: take a rail from Levenshulme, Eccles or Salford Crescent. Exit at Oxford Road station and walk to the bar (as shown above).
Be sure to check out the NCP Car Park and also the Park Avenue at Bauer Millet, which are the closest places, where you can leave your vehicle. Both car parks have some spots for Blue Badge holders.
Accessibility for people with special needs
Gorilla can handle all the needs a person could have. There are ways to enter the venue, regardless of one’s ability, there is wheelchair access, as well as very accessible toilets. No matter the needs and capabilities, everybody can celebrate and have a good time at Gorilla Manchester!