The Stoller Hall, Hunts Bank, Manchester, M3 1DA – Visit Now
After a year of upheaval, The Stoller Hall has announced its reopening plans, meaning things will be a little different to usual but it’s all necessary so you can still visit this great cultural space. Monday 7th June sees the venue reopen to the public, with the Soweto Kinch lunchtime concert, which launches the venue’s new NQ Jazz series. At first, audiences will be reduced in capacity and socially distanced, to ensure everyone’s safety. You’ll need to book in advance and all the details can be found on the website (link below).
As a newly built concert venue, the venue is lucky enough to have a state of the art air handling system which ensures air is not recirculated. You can expect increased safety measures, including hand sanitiser points at the entrance and throughout, and masks will be compulsory. There will be track and trace, paperless ticketing and other helpful systems.
A high-spec, flexible auditorium
Manchester’s new kid on the concert hall block, The Stoller Hall, opened its doors in April 2017 to further enhance the city’s already enviable live music provision. Situated next to Victoria Station, the venue is part of Chetham’s School of Music, the UK’s largest specialist music school and the only one based in the north of England. It is a high-spec, flexible auditorium that can seat up to 482 concert-goers in the stalls, balcony and gallery.
Since opening, The Stoller Hall has hosted everything from The Manchester Collective to Joan As Police Woman and has cemented itself as one of our favorite music venues in Manchester.