Where is the best place to sit in the bridgewater Hall?
We prefer the bars on the upper floors to those in the busier stalls area. B is definitely not a reference to which entrance – they are left stalls and right stalls (with similar designations for the upper levels). I love the Bridgewater and go regularly – it’s a marvellous venue.
How many people does the Bridgewater Hall hold?
2,355+16 wheelchair spaces
The Bridgewater Hall/Capacity
Where in Manchester is Bridgewater Hall?
The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester M2 3WS.
When was the Bridgewater Hall built?
September 11, 1996
The Bridgewater Hall/Opened
Where does the Bridgewater Canal start and finish?
The Bridgewater Canal connects Runcorn, Manchester and Leigh, in North West England….
|End point||Runcorn (originally Manchester) (See article)|
|Connects to||Rochdale Canal, Trent and Mersey Canal, Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Manchester Ship Canal|
What is Bridgewater Hall used for?
The Bridgewater Hall/Function
Is there a dress code for Bridgewater Hall?
There is no dress code at all.
What is Bridgewater Hall made of?
Unusually, The Bridgewater Hall is neither concrete nor steel-framed, but is mostly formed from solid, reinforced concrete, moulded and cast like a vast sculpture.
What is the oldest canal in the UK?
the Fossdyke Navigation
The oldest canal in the UK is the Fossdyke Navigation which was built by the Romans.
Can I kayak on Bridgewater Canal?
Yes, everyone is welcome to canoe on our canals and rivers.
Who was Bridgewater Manchester?
Named after its owner, Francis Egerton the third Duke of Bridgewater who built the Canal to transport coal from his mines at Worsley to the industrial areas of Manchester, the Bridgewater Canal was the forerunner of canal networks.