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Theatre Breaks in Manchester

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Manchester is fast becoming a popular city location for some of the great West End shows to visit when touring, and with the Palace Theatre retaining its position as the premier provincial touring venue, there’s every reason to go on a theatre break to Manchester!

With several high-profile productions such as Dirty Dancing and Jesus Christ Superstar coming to Manchester in 2013, now is the time to book your theatre break to avoid disappointment.

Choose from a range of 2* to 5* hotels when booking your Manchester theatre break, or book a hotel favoured by our theatre break customers;

  • 4* Palace Hotel
    • Home to the Tempest Bar & Restaurant and located opposite the Palace Theatre
  • 3* Days Hotel Manchester City
    • Situated in the heart of the Manchester, surrounded by shops, a buzzing nightlife and a short stroll from the Palace Theatre.
  • 3* Britannia Hotel
    • A hotel located at the heart of Manchester and has retained all the charm and character of its 19th century heritage.

Remember you can also add rail travel from any mainline station in the UK, plus tickets to tour around the one and only Manchester United Museum & Stadium.

Make the most of your time in this exciting city, and take in a pre-theatre meal at one of Visit Manchester’s recommended restaurants offering a wealth of local and international cuisines;

  • Tempest Bar & Restaurant at The Palace Hotel - Using locally sourced & seasonal produce wherever possible to create the very best in English food.
  • Southern 11 - Where dishes are smoked and cooked from scratch ever day to produce the best BBQ in Manchester with home-made sides straight from the heart
  • Chaophraya - Offering a menu that features classic dishes from different regions of Thailand, which are created by Thai chefs using the finest ingredients.
  • Manchester’s Curry Mile - Located 2 miles from the city centre: home to the largest concentration of Asian restaurants including Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi

After taking in a theatre show round off your evening and venture to one of Manchester’s many drinking quarters, where you’ll find everything from real ale pubs to cutting edge clubbing.

  • The Northern Quarter - A fashionable bohemian area of the city offering many pubs, bars & live music venues.
  • Canal Street & The Gay Village bars - One of the world's most famous collection of gay, lesbian & bisexual bars and clubs
  • The Printworks & Millennium Quarter - An indoor complex of 12 chain bars and clubs.
  • Deansgate Locks - 10 railway arches in the southern end of Deansgate which houses popular bars and clubs.
  • Castlefield pubs & bars - The most beautiful part of the city centre boasts many independent bars and traditional pubs.