Night and Day Cafe is a major hub to some of Manchester’s musical giants; the venue is used by many on tour artists across the world. Opened in 1991, this club is now one of the main protagonists in the city’s music scene, featuring a capacity of 250 people. Since its emerging, the café has hosted shows with famous performers as Artic Monkeys, MGMT, Mumford and Sons
, and a lot more on their rise to the top.
The venue is located on 26 Oldham St, Manchester, M1 1JN, and the ways of getting there are:
By train and tube: the nearest station is Manchester Piccadilly – you will need to walk about 7 minutes. Exit the station and head north on Dale St and, on the last junction of the street, turn right.
By bus: bus 24 will lead you on the same street as the venue, just a minute walk south-west. Catch number 217 and reach the penultimate junction on Dale St, even closer to the café (shown above).
By car: follow the A34 motorway to reach the venue.
International: take a rail from Belle Vue, Deansgate or Levenshulme. Exit on Piccadilly station and have a walk to the venue (directions shown above).
No matter if you have a Blue Badge or not, you can leave your vehicle at the National Car Park on Tib St. From there, you head south to Church St and left on the first crossroad to reach the café.
Accessibility for people with special needs
The café is easy to access: there are no stairs at the entrance, and if you face any movement difficulty, the staff will help you eliminate it. If you feel some kind of discomfort, you can come with a friend or companion with you. Everyone is welcome at Night & Day Café.