The Old Parsonage

Sarah-Clare Conlon, Literature Editor

Space for the community – art gallery, live venue.

Stenner LaneDidsburyM20 2RQ View map
Telephone: 0161 445 7661 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • Monday9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Friday9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Sunday9:30am - 5:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

What's on near The Old Parsonage

MusicManchester
New Order at Wythenshawe Park

New Order play an all-day outdoor concert at Wythenshawe Park alongside Manchester’s own Johnny Marr and adopted Manc Róisin Murphy.

from £61.60
Picture of Salena Godden
LiteratureManchester
LIVEwire at The Edge

LIVEwire is back at The Edge in Chorlton with an electric line-up featuring internationally acclaimed poet and author Salena Godden.

from £13.00
OUTDOOR ART CLUB AT THE WHITWORTH
Until
ChildrensManchester
Outdoor Art Club at The Whitworth

Enjoy fun and creative activities designed to encourage your little ones to play freely in the fresh air, while exploring nature and the outdoors with family and friends.

free entry
Idles by Daniel Topete, image couresy of SONIC PR
MusicManchester
Idles at The Apollo

Taking the power of love on the road, IDLES bring their latest album TANGK, their most ambitious and striking record yet, to Manchester.

from £42.15

Where to go near The Old Parsonage

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Park
Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

Fletcher Moss Park in Didsbury Village incorporates the Alpine House and Parsonage Gardens, and eventually leads down to the River Mersey via boardwalks through Stenner Woods.

Cheese and Win platter by Cheese Hamlet
Didsbury
Shop
Cheese Hamlet

Head to the Cheese Hamlet in West Didsbury for a huge range of cheese, must have deli items, and preserves.

Didsbury
Restaurant
The Wishing Well

A new gastro pub in Didsbury Village, specialising in hearty meals and high-quality drinks. 

Didsbury
The Art of Tea

Nestled in the leafy side streets of Didsbury high street, The Art of Tea is the perfect place to grab a heart warming brew and read a book.

Didsbury
Restaurant
Rudy’s Didsbury

Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza serve up world-famous pizza at multiple UK branches, including this new Didsbury branch.

Didsbury
Café or Coffee Shop
Home Community Café

Independent, volunteer-run, and super family-friendly cafe in Didsbury serving cakes and proper coffee.

Cineworld ententertainment center Parrs Wood Didsbury
Manchester
Cinema
Cineworld Didsbury

With only 11 screens (only!), this is one of the smaller multiplexes in Greater Manchester – but its advantage is its location in the lush surrounds of Didsbury, not far from a roster of good bars, cafés and restaurants.

Riverside Park
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Riverside Park

Nestled just off Palatine Road in Northenden on the banks of the River Mersey, the Green Flag awarded Riverside Park offers cycling paths, scenic views, a children’s play area, sculptures and trails.

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