Visit the Royal Exchange Theatre: Manchester City Breaks
Are you planning a city break of dramatic discoveries? Look no further than Manchester harbouring some of the best theatrical talent and shows Britain has to offer!
The Royal Exchange is one of the most central and highly commended theatres in Manchester. Opened in 1976 – our beloved theatre has survived the blitz of World War II and another deadly blast from the 1996 IRA bombing – yet the theatre space, which was once the largest in the world, survives proudly as beacon of dramatic arts and a cultural mothership in Manchester.
The Royal Exchange has welcomed the likes of Helen Mirren, Kate Winslet and Hugh Grant cultivating its reputation for shining the spot-light on up-and-coming new talent!
In October and November tickets are still available for some of the most captivating shows including the likes of Queen Margaret by Jeanie O’Hare, from Shakespeare’s text and directed by Elizabeth Freestone, with Screen International Star of Tomorrow, Jade Anouka.
Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman returns to The Royal Exchange, directed by Sarah Frankcom and starring award winning King Lear actor, Don Warrington. Adored by many, Death of a Salesman is a stage-play that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat – an absolute Manchester must-see!
The Royal Exchange Theatre offers special early bird discounts as well as groups and concessions.
Of course, the Royal Exchange isn’t just a theatre. Drop-in anytime for a coffee in the café or if you want to learn more visit the Mezzanine gallery, localised right in the heart of the theatre! Visit The Royal Exchange Shop for quirky gifts or treat yourself on your visit and bag a couple of theatrical souvenirs.
If you’re interested in visiting The Royal Exchange in Manchester, why not stay in a hotel just minutes away? Contact The Mitre on 0161 834 4128 for availability!