Formerly the Freemasons Hall and designed by architect Percy Scott Worthington, the beautiful Manchester Hall first opened in 1924.
The multi-million pound restoration of the Grade II listed Bridge Street building in 2018 blended the venue’s former glory with the the best 21st century design, and it’s now also home to Masons Restaurant Bar, Honest Burgers and Dishoom.
Combining glamorous 1920s architecture with cutting edge design, Manchester Hall’s urban grandeur makes it the perfect spot for a city centre wedding.
With a licence to hold weddings and civil partnership ceremonies, your whole day can be planned around the one venue, whether you want to celebrate with 50 or 500 guests.
It’s even been shortlisted for the ‘Best City Wedding Venue’ in the Hitched UK Wedding Awards 2020.
And next month, you can check it out for yourself at their wedding fair – with drinks and canapés included.
The event will showcase 14 elegant rooms in the glamorous historic building dressed in various wedding styles across three floors.
Guests will be able to appreciate the city views from John Rylands Rooftop Terrace – one of the newest and largest rooftop spaces in Manchester – and take a look at their eight boutique bedrooms, as well as falling in love with the Goulburn ballroom.
Manchester Hall’s team of experienced wedding coordinators and event managers will be on hand to answer any questions on the day and help you plan your dream wedding.
There will also be 30 suppliers exhibiting on the day, including Scene My Event, Jons Cakes, Verdure Floral Design, Two Become One Jewellery, Honey Blossom Bridal, Klub Boutique Salon and more.
And if you can’t resist saying yes on the day, you’ll be able to take advantage of some fantastic offers which are exclusive to the event.
The wedding fair takes place on Sunday 1st March 2020 at Manchester Hall, Bridge Street, with free entry.