ABOUT ALBERT HALL
A Grade II listed Wesleyan chapel in Manchester City Centre closed and hidden for over 40 years. Resurrected by Mission Mars, the people behind Albert’s Schloss, Trof, Gorilla and The Deaf Institute, as an unrivalled events venue, restaurant and bar. The grand and ornate chapel has been restored into a stunning music hall and is set to become one of the most atmospheric music and events venues in the UK.
With a full calendar of live music and club events throughout the year the past twelve months has seen Albert Hall feature live shows from Beck, Sam Smith, Primal Scream, Manic Street Preachers, Placebo, Suede, Underworld, Tame Impala and has been an excellent home for club nights such as Bongo’s Bingo, La Discotheque, Warehouse Project, Glitterbox, Fatboy Slim, Community, Elrow, Steve Aoki & more.
Albert Hall is also available for private hire, boasting a profile of corporate clients including Sony, Boohoo.com and Bruntwood.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW CAN I FIND OUT STAGE TIMES?
All set times released are subject to change, please check social media channels or event page on the day of the event for the most up to date running order..
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Albert Hall is easily accessible by car, train, metrolink and bus. Deansgate/Castlefield is the nearest station for train and metrolink services, located just 500 metres away. Albert Hall is also well served by local bus routes along Deansgate and John Dalton Street including the Metroshuttle free bus service. The nearest car park is in the Great Northern leisure complex located directly opposite the hall which provides 24hr secure parking.
IS THE VENUE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE?
Albert Hall prides itself on being accessible to everyone, for more information click here.
CAN UNDER 18s ATTEND EVENTS?
ALBERT HALL is an over 18s venue unless otherwise specified for a particular event. Ticket-holders will not be admitted to the event or receive a refund if unable to present valid identification indicating they are over the required age limit for the show they are attending.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Albert Hall does not have a strict dress code. All that we ask is that you refrain from wearing tracksuits and football shirts. If you wear a hat or sunglasses we may ask you to remove them.
DO YOU HAVE A CLOAKROOM?
Yes. All rucksacks or bags larger than a clutch handbag and all overcoats must be checked into the cloakroom and will incur the usual fee. Bags may be included with the price of checking your coat. The head door supervisor has the final say in what must be checked in.
I HAVE LOST AN ITEM, WHAT DO I DO?
If you’ve lost some of your belongings at Albert Hall you can report your item as lost on our lost property page here. This will send an enquiry to the team and we will be in touch as soon as possible to let you know if we have your item.
ARE THERE CONDITIONS OF ENTRY?
We reserve the right to conduct security searches on entry and exit of the premises. This policy is in place to maintain the safety of our customers and to prevent illegal activity. Anybody found in possession of illegal or contraband goods may be liable for prosecution. Refusal to be searched may lead to ejection and indefinite exclusion from the premises.
Albert Hall operates a zero tolerance policy with regards to illegal drugs. Anyone found to be taking or distributing illegal substances will be ejected and potentially reported to the authorities.
However, if you have taken something and start to feel unwell please tell a member of staff immediately. We have a trained medic present at most of our club nights, and you will be treated on the premises initially.
CAN I BRING MY CAMERA?
Smartphones are permitted at most events but professional cameras with a detachable zoom lens are not. At certain events, the promoter may request a ban on all photography and signs to this effect will be displayed at all entrances.
An official venue photographer will be present at all events, Albert Hall reserves the right to use any photographs taken for marketing purposes and you agree to your image being used in this way as a condition of entry.