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Your search for "Theatres within 25 miles of 'Manchester'" has found 9 theatres.

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Opera House Manchester

The Opera House is a theatre in the centre of Manchester. This arts venue receives a number of touring companies and hosts musicals, concerts and ballets every year. The theatre was designed by Richardson & Gill in a classical style to match up to its purpose as a venue for classical arts. It was completed in 1912 and is now a Grade II-listed building. The theatre underwent many name changes in its initial years; it originally opened as the New Theatre in 1912 but was renamed to the New Queen’s Theatre in 1915 and finally to the Opera House in 1920. It was acquired by the...

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Palace Theatre Manchester

Palace Theatre, Manchester, is one of the best-recognised theatres in Manchester. It has hosted some of the biggest transfers in recent musical history and is a main cultural venue for theatre-goers in the North of England. The theatre opened in 1891 and was originally known as the Grand Old Lady of Oxford Street (after its position on Oxford Street) and was designed by architect Alfred Darbyshire. However, the theatre wasn’t well received and was renovated by famous architect Bertie Crewe in 1913 to reduce the capacity and improve interiors. The years following these renovations...

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O2 Apollo Manchester

O2 Apollo Manchester is a concert venue in Ardwick Green, Manchester. It has a capacity of 3,500 and was originally designed for use as a cinema and variety hall. The building is in an art deco style and was opened by famous actress Margaret Lockwood in 1938. The O2 Apollo Manchester is a venue that now specialises in music events but also hosts a number of other cultural events throughout the year. Designed by Peter Cummings, Alex Irvine and R. Gillespie Williams, the building features a white terracotta façade in an art deco style. The building is a classic example of a...

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The Lowry

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Octagon Theatre, Bolton

The Octagon Theatre was officially opened on 27 November 1967 by Princess Margaret. To prepare for the royal arrival, the local council and theatre management had a luxury toilet installed with gold-plated features for their visit (this has since been turned into the theatre’s office space). The premiere production held at the venue was Annie and Fanny by local playwright Bill Naughton. Bolton’s Director of Architecture, Geoffrey H. Brooks, designed the building in a hexagon shape, but was named the Octagon to avoid confusion with the pre-existing Hexagon Theatre. It was...

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Darwen Library Theatre

Darwen Library Theatre is a popular, intimate theatre that promotes a thrilling all-year-round programme of music, comedy, film, drama and community Arts activities designed to entertain, amuse, inform and provoke!

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Pavilion Arts Centre

Pavilion Arts Centre has long been a cultural centre for Buxton, in Derbyshire. Having originally opened as ‘The Entertainment Stage’ before shortly becoming ‘Paxton Suite’, the venue has provided entertainment to the town since 1889. The building has two creative spaces: The Main Room, which seats 352 people and the Studio Theatre, which seats 93. Pavilion Arts Centre underwent a major renovation in 2010, transforming the historic building into a state-of-the-art theatre space. Alongside the much-needed renovation to seating and staging areas, new technology was added to...

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Buxton Opera House

Buxton Opera House is located on The Square in Buxton, Derbyshire. This 902-seat opera house was designed by famous theatre architect Frank Matcham in 1903. It is the regular host of the Buxton Festival and was also the home of the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival which ran from 1994 to 2013. It now presents a wide-ranging selection of music, opera, ballet, films and cultural events. Buxton Opera House was solely a successful theatre for its first few decades, regularly presenting touring companies of opera and other classical arts. However, in 1927 the theatre...

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King George's Hall

King George’s Hall is an arts venue located on Northgate in Blackburn. The building contains three performance spaces: The Concert Hall (capacity 1800), the Windsor Suite (capacity 750) and Blakey’s Café Bar (capacity 500). It hosts a number of cultural events, including comedy shows, classical music concerts, art exhibitions, family shows and popular music concerts. The plans for King George’s Hall were originally laid out in 1905 but went through many council meetings before being accepted in 1910. The first foundation stone was laid by King George V during his visit to...

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