Hallé St Michael’s, Ancoats
Hallé St Michaels is an historic and accessible, recently-refurbished venue within easy reach of both Manchester City Centre and Piccadilly Station. The venue is managed by the Hallé orchestra, who use it for choir practice and small events. It should not be confused with either the Hallé’s main venue at the Bridgewater Hall or Hallé St Peter’s, which is nearby, but quite separate.
It provides us with a flexible space, breakout rooms and excellent facilities for our events.
The venue is easily reached by car or public transport; and is approximately ten minutes walk from Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station. There is free on-street parking nereby and convenient covered car parking for as little as £2.00 per day.
Hallé St Michaels
36-38 George Leigh Street
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For detailed street plan click here.
For detailed information on parking click here. There is also information on parking on the webpage for Hallé St Peters which can be viewed by clicking here. Ancoats is being redeveloped and circumstances change quite rapidly. Currently the nearest car park is the SIP car park in Jersey Street. This is less than two minutes walk from the venue and charges £2.00 for 12 hours.
If you need further assistance with parking then it is worth consulting the Parkopedia website.
Driving to the Venue
It is difficult to give driving instructions through Manchester. The ‘best route’ is dependent on the starting point, the state of traffic and personal preferences. St Michaels is just off Great Ancoat Street behind the iconic ‘Daily Express’ Building.
The venue is 0.5 miles from Manchester Piccadilly Station. You should exit the station by the main entrance, then walk towards Piccadilly. When you reach Portland Street, turn right onto Newton Street then continue across Great Ancoat Street, turn third left then first right and you should see St Michaels: