Plan your visit
The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is situated on the south side of Manchester city centre in the heart of the University’s campus. It is located just behind the Manchester Museum, on Oxford Road, approximately a mile south of the city centre. The Centre is easily accessible by public transport networks.
Important update from The Martin Harris Centre
As of Monday 31 January 2022, Covid Certification is no longer required to access performances at the Martin Harris Centre.
Most importantly, please do not attend if you have tested positive or are showing any symptoms of Covid-19.
The Centre will continue to:
• provide hand sanitiser and masks at the doors to the performance spaces
• ensure that our premises are safe and comply with all relevant health and safety legislation including cleaning and ventilation
If you have any questions, in advance of your visit, please do not hesitate to contact our Box Office team who will be happy to help.
Tel: 0161 275 8951
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama
The University of Manchester
Bridgeford Street, off Oxford Road
Tel: 0161 275 8951
Our maps and advice should help to make your visit as straight forward as possible.
The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is at the centre of the University's campus on Oxford Road and is situated behind the Manchester Museum. View maps.
The multi-storey car park on Booth Street West is near to the Matin Harris Centre. Find out about Blue Badge parking availability.
There is a ramp at the Coupland Street entrance and level floor entrances to both performance spaces. Find out more about our accessible facilities.
Many of our events are family-friendly and we offer a variety of events and activities for Schools and groups. Request a Teachers' Resource Pack.
Visiting with children
We welcome families with small children to family-friendly concerts and events. Find out about our babes in arms policy.
Featuring a floor-plan of the building as well as photographs of our performance spaces, cafe and box office facilities.
Food and drink
From light refreshments at Café Arts to dining options at Christie's Bistro and Teacup at Manchester Museum.