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Women of the North
01 September 14 - 18 October 14
Hamlet
11 September 14 - 18 October 14
Bernard Sumner
21 September 14
Dave Haslam Close Up with Maxine Peake
28 September 14
Crocodiles
01 October 14 - 18 October 14
Fun Palaces: Open Day
05 October 14
Daniel Morden
10 October 14
Manchester Literature Festival Presents: Sarah Waters
12 October 14 - 12 October 14
Sheila Hancock in conversation with Jenni Murray
17 October 14
Impossible
21 October 14 - 01 November 14
Secret Theatre
21 October 14 - 01 November 14
Chamber Piece
23 October 14 - 25 October 14
Show 6
30 October 14 - 01 November 14
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
30 October 14 - 29 November 14
Grounded
04 November 14 - 08 November 14
Manchester Literature Festival Presents: John Lahr
06 November 14
On Liberty: Shami Chakrabarti
18 November 14
Little Shop Of Horrors
05 December 14 - 17 January 15
3 Little Pigs
20 December 14 - 03 January 15
Scuttlers
05 February 15 - 07 March 15
UpClose - Challenging The Senses
01 March 15

Welcome

The Royal Exchange Theatre is a seven-sided, glass-walled capsule, literally suspended from huge marble pillars situated in The Great Hall of the historic Victorian Cotton Exchange Buildings in Manchester city centre. The unique design means all seats are less than nine metres from the circular stage giving views from all angles. Our policy is to express the bewildering, complex wonderment of life through the full spectrum of theatre. Read more about us here. Click here to download a PDF map, or why not take the Google Virtual Tour...


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Latest News

CANNIBALS
Rory Mullarkey's play CANNIBALS is the winner of the James Tait Black prize for drama. 
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Jo Lavelle was such a hit last time we have her back twice this autumn/winter!