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The Stoller Hall was opened two years ago, and is very conveniently place close to the centre of the City and next to Victoria station with its tram and rail links. We attended an event which was part of the International Festival. The fact that...More
This is a very good venue, small and intimate in size, but easily accessible right next to Victoria train station, it’s only let down Is no adequate refreshments available and no seating in the reception area
What an absolutely lovely place. I’d never heard of it before so it was a nice surprise. It was just the right size to enjoy the concert that we saw not like the big arenas where you never get to see the people you’ve paid...More
Excellent venue and acoustics. Lovely clean and modern with refreshment area. No drinks in auditorium which is fine. Seats spacious. Waiting around on stairs before doors open to be seated which could be improved. Concert brilliant and would look to go again for sure.
As a venue this is still impressive with some more unusual offerings but organisationaly it still isn't quite right. A pre-concert event flier specifically said you could take your drinks into the auditorium, when it came to it you couldn't. You can't go & take...More
Our night with Wayne Ellington was amazing but it was definitely enhanced by the Stoller Hall.
Excellent acoustics and seating. The building and facilities are very modern.
No faults can be found especially as it’s right outside the train station.
Will definitely return 😃
We went to two concerts on the last day of the Chetham school of music Piano summer school. So easy to find, across a road from Manchester Victoria station, met by friendly and efficient staff. The hall is new, finished in wood, with excellent acoustics...More
Recently I visited The Stoller Hall for the first time.
I was delighted with the ambience in the Hall, it felt very intimate.. We were very close to the platform and could see and hear brilliantly.
The performance was wonderful and the soloists outstanding.
The most convenient place to park is Manchester Victoria Station Car Park. It's £5 for 3 hours and is a 4min walk from the venue. For the cheapest parking, park at Park Place Car Park, it's £2 for 3 hours and a 10min walk... More
The most convenient place to park is Manchester Victoria Station Car Park. It's £5 for 3 hours and is a 4min walk from the venue. For the cheapest parking, park at Park Place Car Park, it's £2 for 3 hours and a 10min walk from the venue. There is no free parking nearby.