Find out more about what to expect from a Hallé concert as well as information about the Hallé’s Manchester homes – The Bridgewater Hall, Hallé St Peter’s and Hallé at St Michael’s.
The safety and well-being of our audiences and players is the Hallé and The Bridgewater Hall’s first concern.
The Bridgewater Hall
In keeping with Government expectations and recommendations, we are strongly advising everyone to continue to wear face coverings, where possible. The Hall will continue its thorough cleaning regime between performances, and we expect hand sanitizer to continue to be widely available. We urge you to consult The Bridgewater Hall website here which has full and regularly updated details.
Hallé Venues in Ancoats
Following HM Government’s announcements in December 2021 regarding changes to COVID19 guidance in respect of the Omicron variant we have been reviewing our COVID Secure risk assessments. We take our responsibilities to our staff and visitors very carefully, including the ongoing requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act. Please refer to our COVID Secure Policy Statement for details.
Home ► Your Visit ► The Bridgewater Hall The Bridgewater Hall is in the centre of Manchester, easily accessible by public transport and by road. The Hallé office We're based at...
What to Expect
Home ► Your Visit ► We look forward to welcoming you to one of the Hallé’s performances. New visitors often contact us to ask about our concerts and what they...
Food and Drink
Home ► Your Visit ► In line with government guidance, The Bridgewater Hall are encouraging patrons to make contactless/cashless payments. Eating at The Bridgewater Hall The Stalls Café Bar and...
Home ► Your Visit ► The Bridgewater Hall welcomes deaf and disabled patrons and is fully accessible. Disabled patrons can save 50% off ticket prices and, if a carer is...