Albert Hall, Manchester

I knew it was here, it was just how to get inside. Tbh it was fairly easy, should have done it sooner.
 
 
As it stands – On Peter Street, the Albert Hall (Grade II) was designed in eclectic style with Baroque and Gothic elements for the Wesleyan Mission by W. J. Morley in 1910, and after a long period of inactivity it will hopefully be utilised once again.
 
 
 
 
I’d like to say a massive thanks to the SNC for checking it out for the past two years and to everyone who still reads this waffle, G.

12 thoughts on “Albert Hall, Manchester

  1. great pics and great to see the organ still in situ. I've been trying to make enquiries about this for ages but with no success.
    Can you let me know contact who let you in and who may know who owns this now please?
    I'm an organist in Liverpool and have been looking for redundant instrument to rescue.
    Thanks in advance 🙂

  2. thanks for the pics, as a child i used to come in the bulding we did tap dance rollerskating as well as bible classes. When branigans took over and it wasnt great the doormen were really bullish to some folk. it got too overcrowded so a restaurant will be a breath of fresh air.

    it will be good to see the place being used to good use. The tiles were still the same as i remember them.

  3. how long until the trof thing is happening? Is it still accessible as i have been another one standing outside it for little while now. Just hope i work it out before it's to late. Kudos on the pictures they're really inspiring

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