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Nice place to visit with good parking next door.
Decent venue, but bank on spending a fortune. It ain't cheap.
Interesting mix of music and plays. Architecture and overall space fab.
Restaurants and bars
Just been to see Edward Scissorhands. In tears at the end. Caught me by surprise. Well done Matthew Bourne and Co
Great building and magnificent design
Some good exhibitions. Someone ought to have taught this Lowry character how to draw something other than chimneys and stickmen
Take your own bottled drink and snacks as the concession stand is a ripoff.
The lowry theatre
Going to see War Horse it's a magical venue also great art although some of the modern art is a bit hard to understand
The Wedding Singer
Fantastic venue. Great shows and comedians . Clean, modern venue. Friendly staff . Perfect size for comedy shows .
Great place to see a show. Anywhere you seat you'll have good view.
You can't take hot drinks into the boxes
Great Arts Centre - Check out the home of the majority of LS Lowry's Paintings!
Sandi Toksvig was great. The Quays theatre is a great space
Go to see stuff
Great venue by the Quay side in Manchester. Here today to deliver a key workshop on website performance
Always a great place to catch a show (or two).
Lovely restaurant! Really good food.
Thoroughly enjoyed RoB Ellis's play FETISH KNIGHTS. Don't be shy, fetish yourself up when going as it adds to the atmosphere, I did!
Music fans should take a trip to The Lowry at The Quays to see the Peter Blake & Pop Music exhibition. Sir Peter Blake also known as the godfather of Pop Art.
The Heretic by Richard Bean in the Quays Theatre was excellent. Dark humour, sharp writing and a superb cast. Cracking!
Watched 'The Boy Who Kicked Pigs' ON Saturday, we thoroughly enjoyed it... Check it out of u can!
Always something good happening here.
Go see Hofesh Shechter’s internationally acclaimed dance performance of Political Mother.
'my town' is on must to see list, enjoyed it so much.
Lowry Museum upstairs at the Lowry is free (donation) and well worth a visit
If you're going to a show and parking in the main carpark, park on the lower levels othewise you'll be stuck for ages trying to get out
Restaurant fairly expensive and empty at 6.30pm. Food delicious though especially the lamb rump.
If seeing a show, DON'T get Coke (etc) from the concession stand, it's £1.80 there, wheras the vending machines in the same building are £1.50. To be honest, you'd be better taking your own
More than just a museum, The Lowry holds regular theatre and comedy productions in addition to its exhibitions. The outside alone is worth a look, now recognised as an architectural landmark within th
Try the stem ginger ice cream, as recommended by Susie Blake (Coronation Street, Wicked) and definitely eat in the Restaurant. Better than most on the Quays IMHO!
Get early if you want a table in the bar.
Go to the Lowey gallery, didn't like Lowry until seeing his work in Salford.
Check out the upcoming Hidden Glory
Not everyones caught on yet - the Library Theatre company have moved their production base to The Lowry and are doing 3 shows a year there.