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Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama

Bridgeford Street

Manchester

M13 9PL

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Coronavirus update – 17 March 2020

In light of the developing situation around COVID-19 and the Government’s latest advice for people to avoid non-essential contact, we have taken the decision to postpone all events at the Martin Harris Centre. Due to the rapidly evolving nature of the situation, we don’t know yet how long this will last but this will be at least until the end of March 2020.

The health and wellbeing of our audiences is of the utmost importance to us, and this decision has been taken in line with The University of Manchester’s move towards online teaching from Monday 16 March.

Box office sales (by phone and in person) are suspended with immediate effect. Patrons who have purchased a ticket will be issued a full refund when services are resumed.

We will continue to monitor the updated advice from the NHS and Public Health England and will review future events, to ensure the health and safety of staff, students and visitors.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your continued support at this time.

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Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama

Bridgeford Street

Manchester

M13 9PL

United Kingdom

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The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is a performance space situated at the heart of The University of Manchester’s campus.

The Centre offers students a fantastic space in which to study and perform, as well as hosting many professional musicians, performers and prize-winning authors. It provides an excellent space for contemporary and classic theatre, music and comedy events, and holds a reading series that has in the past featured such literary luminaries as Martin Amis, Will Self, John Banville and Clive James.

The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is a performance space situated at the heart of the oldest part of the University. It incorporates the 350-seat Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, the 150-seat John Thaw Studio Theatre and an electroacoustic music studio.

The foyer makes an immediately striking impact: its use of light, open space and bold areas of colour blend with Alice Kettle's dynamic textile artwork, Red and Blue Movement in Three. In September 2010 we unveiled a commissioned piece of work between Drama and the Martin Harris Centre - Kshitij (unlimited horizon) - by contemporary abstract artist Shameela Hussain.

So please come along, and discover why the Martin Harris Centre is attracting attention as an important arts venue throughout the North West.

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