For nearly one hundred years the Royal Exchange Theatre has stood at the centre of Manchester as one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. The inside resembles a lunar space craft amidst glass domes and towering columns that suspend the seven-sided Theatre module, giving audience members a 360 degree video of the performance space.
After becoming damaged in World War II, the theatre reopened in 1976 and has seen an array of famous stars grace their stage, from Helen Mirren, Pete Postlethwaite, Kate Winslet and Hugh Grant. Find & compare tickets for all their events below to get the cheapest prices available.
Despite being a listed building, the theatre is largely accessible. It boasts an alternative street entrance boasting a glass lift to take visitors to the theatre. Its programme includes a range of accessible performances, as well as Disabled Directors Workshops.
Its accessible features include: