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The Palace Theatre is one of the main entertainment venues in Manchester city centre and is considered one of the most successful theatres in the county. It is situated on Oxford Street and has a capacity of 1,955.
Palace Theatre hosts long runs of major West End productions including The Lion King, Wicked and Phantom of the Opera.
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Parking at Palace Theatre
On-street parking on the area surrounding Palace Theatre is provided by pay and display bays which operate between 8am and 8pm, Monday to Sunday
After 8pm and before 8am on the following day, there is no charge for using any of the council operated on-street parking bays (subject to parking restrictions).
There are also no charges for using these bays on Bank Holidays
These are the council-run car parks that are the closest to Palace Theatre:
- (A) Oxford Street (0,05) miles
- (B) Wakefield Street (0,08) miles
- (C) Wakefield Street (Cul-de-Sac) (0,09) miles
- (D) New Wakefield Street (0,11) miles
- (E) Chepstow Street South (0,11) miles
- (F) Portland Street (0,11) miles
- (G) York Street (0,11) miles
- (H) Waterloo Street (0,11) miles
Take your car park ticket to the theatre cloakroom for discounts (subject to change).
Getting to Palace Theatre
By train: Oxford Road train station is situated directly opposite the theatre. Piccadilly train station is 0.3 miles from the theatre.
By bus: Palace Theatre Manchester is close to all the major bus routes in the city of Manchester.
Disabled Parking at Palace Theatre
If you are a Blue Badge holder, all on-street parking in Manchester city centre is free.
To see a map with all disabled bays close to Bow Road Station, visit the Blue Badge Parking website.
Need a boost? Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in the Manchester area. A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
On-street parking in the area surrounding Palace Theatre is free of charge after 8pm and before 8am on the following day. There are also no charges for using these bays on Bank Holidays
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What is the address of the Palace Theatre?
97 Oxford St, Manchester, postcode M1 6FT, UK
What are the opening hours of the booking office?
Mon to Sat:12:00 - 16:00
On performance days, the box office closes 15 minutes after the performance starts.
Where can I download a copy of the Palace Theatre Manchester seating plan?
You can visit the Palace Theatre website to download a Seating Plan.
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Latest Manchester parking reviews
Really easy. Spaces are a bit tight (Audi A4 only just fit between the lines) but no problems and would use again.James
Postcode sends you to the wrong entrance, you have to do a block to find the correct one. Staff friendly and helpful. Very safe and secure to park there. Would use facilities again in the future.Fiona
Excellent location, cost effective & relativity secure. The car park is next to the Premier Inn, and you will need to leave you car as the keypad to enter is on the side of the gate.Alex
It's very cheap car park but the spaces are very tight.Mahmoud
It's a good location for a good price but the car park itself is a bit difficult to drive around as the pillars are close together. Several spaces are also too narrow for most cars as the pillars overlap the lines. Because of COVID we had to walk out of the car exit instead of the personnel access through the REGUS building so be aware of that.Richard
Narrow space but safe and shelteredHitesh
Have used this facility in Piccadilly Manchester twice now and it’s very convenient and easy to use. They are also the cheapest. Excellent service which I will use time and time again. Thank youPaul
Great location in the centre of Manchester. Could not get out of the car park through normal pedestrian door as nobody seemed to be there to give us access to the doors - maybe because of lockdown - so had to use the car roller door to exit the carpark and get in again into the carpark. Very tight carpark so tricky for long cars.Nicholas