Albert Hall, Manchester

Manchester, United Kingdom

Albert Hall, Manchester

The Albert Hall is a music venue in Manchester, England.

Built as a Methodist central hall in 1908 by the architect William James Morley of Bradford and built by J. Gerrard & Sons Ltd of Swinton, it has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building. The main floor was used as a nightclub from 1999 to 2011. The second floor, the Chapel Hall, unused since 1969, was renovated in 2012–14 for music concerts.



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