We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
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.
An amazing venue, very classy. We visited to see Philharmonic Orchestra which was being recorded by BBC for Radio 3.
Our tickets were Row F so very near the front. Before the event we had prosecco and canapes offered in the hallway. The performance was...More
Visited last night to see Peter Hammill - chief miserabilist from Van Der Graaf Generator - venue and music both excellent. The hall itself has excellent acoustics and the seats are comfortable - all with a good view. A couple of odd things which may...More
Amazing place for classical music. Stunning design and the staff are pleasant. I managed to get lost a few times looking for the hall itself and the loos, I think that signage should be improved and/or staff should be trained. Prices for the concerts are...More
Went to see Manchester Camerata in association with the keyboard trust. Wonderful Brahms in second half. A trio really relies on trust between the musicians.
Hall has comfortable seats and excellent acoustics.
There is a lot to like about this new airy hall. Opposite Victoria station it's great for transport access though the streets around are a bit dark & gloomy when the nearby MEN arena is not hosting anything. Inside there is a good open foyer...More
As others have said Victoria station is the most convenient . There are some car parks on the other side ( behind the arena) but the areas are a little less salubrious. An alternative, depending where you are coming from is... More
As others have said Victoria station is the most convenient . There are some car parks on the other side ( behind the arena) but the areas are a little less salubrious. An alternative, depending where you are coming from is to use a park & ride at one of the Metrolink stations that has these on the outskirts of Manchester & come in to Victoria by tram