Hallé at St Michael’s
Hallé at St Michael’s is a second space in Ancoats for the Hallé’s artistic and education activities and provides space for community events.
If you wish to hold an event at Hallé at St Michael’s, enquiries are now being received for weddings, conferences and events. Contact us at email@example.com.
36-38 George Leigh Street, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6BF
Venue and access information
There are six council pay & display bays outside the venue with several more within within easy walking distance. The nearest drop-off point for cars is directly at the reception door. A multi-storey SiP Car Park is a short walk away on Gun Street.
Public Transport Access Routes and Drop Off Points
The nearest Metrolink Station is Piccadilly Gardens Station which is 0.5 miles away. There are major national rail links via Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria less than a mile away from the venue and several bus stops within the immediate vicinity on Oldham Road and Great Ancoats Street.
Access is on the Ground Floor. A mobile ramp provides access for wheelchair-users. If you wish to use the ramp please alert a member of staff. If you have any special access requirements please let us know in advance.
Hallé at St Michael’s is a two-storey venue. Once inside the building there is level access to the Ground Floor only. Seating Non-fixed cushioned seating is available throughout.
There is no public telephone on site. A phone in the administration office can be used in an emergency or to book taxis for disabled visitors.
We welcome assistance dogs and a bowl of water can be provided if requested.
There is a unisex accessible toilet on the Ground Floor.
The fire alarms give audible and visual warnings. A member of staff will assist in the event of a fire alarm. There is level access for wheelchairs from the fire door. If you are unlikely to be able to hear the alarms or will need assistance to exit the building if the fire alarm sounds, please tell a member of staff on your arrival.
All staff are trained in customer care, diversity and disability awareness. They are here to help visitors enjoy the time they spend in our venue. If there is anything that we can do to make your visit more enjoyable, please contact us, we will be happy to assist you.
Although we make every attempt to make Hallé at St Michael’s as accessible as possible, aspects of the building make it difficult to make everything fully accessible. St Michael’s is an old building with a narrow staircase to the gallery and as such it is not possible for wheelchair users to access the first floor.