The Stoller Hall Spring Season

Johnny James, Managing Editor
Image courtesy of The Stoller Hall

The Stoller Hall Spring Season at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 25 January — 9 May 2020 Tickets from £3 — Book now

Spanning a plethora of genres, from classical to folk to Americana, The Stoller Hall’s Spring Season is an eclectic delight.

Below, read about Manchester Collective’s new show, Ecstatic Dances, which will see the electrifying arts organisation bring ancient music to life for 21st-century ears.

Also read about Eliza Carthy, one of the most prominent figures in modern folk. At The Stoller Hall, she’ll perform her new solo album Restitute alongside material from her illustrious discography.

A slight change of pace, we write about travelling troubadours The Grahams, whose journey along the legendary Route 66 inspired what’s set to be their best Americana album yet.

Finally, read about world-class fiddler Sam Sweeney, whose new album Unearth Repeat represents an exciting departure from his previous work. Presented with a star-studded band, his upcoming tour promises to be another sell-out success.

The Stoller Hall Spring Season at The Stoller Hall, Manchester 25 January — 9 May 2020 Tickets from £3 Book now

What's on at The Stoller Hall

Where to go near The Stoller Hall Spring Season

Virgin Red Room
Virgin Red Room

The Virgin Red Room is a new private members space located at Manchester’s AO Arena, with VIP access to some of the city’s biggest gigs.

Chish & Fips

A special kind of Japanese-inspired fish and chip shop, from the team behind the incredible (and sadly-missed) Umezushi restaurant.


This small but perfectly-formed sushi restaurant could well be one of Manchester’s best restaurants. Whatever you do, try the freshwater eel.

Kitchen In An Arch

An offshoot from the much-loved Umezushi, this specialist deli is a one-stop-shop for all your sushi making needs, and also hosts occasional workshops to improve your culinary skills.

Chetham’s Library in Long Millgate in Manchester
Chetham’s Library

Chetham’s Library is one of the must-sees of any visit to Manchester. The library was founded in 1653, and is the oldest public library in the world – but the building dates back even further, to 1421.

Cathedral Quarter
Place of worship
Manchester Cathedral

A regular venue for gigs and one-off cultural events, Manchester Cathedral is nevertheless a working place of worship – open all year round.

Cathedral Quarter

High-class restaurant next to Victoria Station in Manchester, and attached to Hotel Indigo. Famed for steaks.

Event venue
Festa Italiana

The 2022 Festa Italiana was a roaring success, with great food options and captivating live music performances throughout the weekend.

Cathedral Gardens
Cathedral Quarter
Cathedral Gardens

Cathedral Gardens is a partially lawned public space in Manchester city centre, located between Manchester Cathedral and the National Football Museum.

Kaleido, Manchester, image courtesy of venue
Cathedral Quarter

Kaleido is a restaurant and bar that can be found on the fifth and sixth floors of the National Football Museum in Manchester’s Urbis building.

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