A stylish, century-old place to see big new theatre shows and musicals before they head down to London
Dating back to 1912, the place has undergone a number of transformations and renovations – at one point it even became a bingo hall. But new owners Ambassador's Theatre Group have invested a lot of time and money in ensuring that the technical facilities match a modern venue and, as a result, both the Opera House and the Palace have been proud hosts of the 'Manchester Gets It First' series of premieres, whereby big new shows like 'Ghost' and 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' get a chance to play to an audience before transferring to London’s West End.
|Venue name:||Opera House|
|Transport:||Rail: Manchester Piccadilly|