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This was the first time I had been here and the theatre cafe was very large to accommodate all the people passing through its doors.
There was a wide variety of hot and cold snacks to choose from with drinks as well - if you...More
Visited this venue last night for the Fiftieth Anniversary Show for John Lees' Barclay James Harvest. Absolutely fabulous venue with great facilities. The theatre is steeply seated so great views of the stage are guaranteed and the seating is very comfortable, with plenty of leg...More
This is a wonderful venue where the sound quality is outstanding. The seating is steep and well spaced so everyone is guaranteed a great view of those on stage. Has a restaurant and bar on site although we did not use them.
Very good bar food - club sandwich and Caesar salad- and only one of the 120 gins tested. Vibrant atmosphere pre post concert with students, staff and concert goers all mixing well.
Great Manchester Camerata concert with two premiers with female composers there to introduce...More
This is almost a hidden gem which Manchester really neglects, superb world class music of all genres with seats at minimal prices open to the public also bar and restaurant with reasonably priced great food
Went to concert Nitin Sawhney promoted by Band on the Wall. Parking next door £3.50 best to pay when park save queueing . Large foyer good bar lots of gins . Restaurant with pre theatre menu. Event on prior to ours and delay getting in...More
Have been here several times, most recently today to see Nitin Sawhney. Both the Theatre and Concert Hall are great places to watch and listen to music - comfortable and really good acoustics. Not the place if you want to dance along - saw St...More
Lucy Rose chose this for her Manchester concert and the main hall offered the audience the perfect opportunity to listen in comfort to a fine concert , where nothing was lost acoustically. RNCM is just off Oxford road, close to Manchester University. The refectory is...More
Visited RNCM for my sons final recital after 4 years of hard work.
Cracking building ..concert halls fantastic aand spacious between rows ..bar terrific cheap prices and brill selection of ales and beers
Brill day cant say nowt negative