Parr HallCulture Warrington
Overview"Parr Hall is one of the leading arts and entertainment venues in the North West and has played host to some of the biggest names in the industry, including The Rolling Stones, John Bishop, The Stone Roses and more. Dating back to 1895, this beautiful grade-two listed building is steeped in Victorian charm and packed full of character. The venue can cater for up to 1,000 people for a performance, whilst holding up to 244 for a sit-down dinner, and 500 people for a drinks reception."
- Creadble provider: NO
- Creadble access: NO
- Creadble employer: NO
Access Card NotesAccepts the Access Card as proof of entitlement to a free companion ticket.
There is no lift access at Parhall. However, you can request assistance from a member of staff. All venues have wheelchair spaces as well as wheelchair refuge areas. These seats should be reserved when booking tickets.
There are three disabled parking spaces at the rear of Pyramid Arts Centre, which is less than 300ft from Parr Hall.
Access To Toilets
There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor
Assistance and Guide Dogs are Welcome at the hall.
The hall accepts the Access Card as proof of entitlement for a free companion ticket. Any other assistance – which includes the use portable chairs and priority access – is available upon request.
Accessing Audible Information
Induction loops are installed at the hall and headsets can be used upon request. The hall is working towards providing signed performances. The shows that offer this are listed on the website.
Both downstairs bars at Parr Hall have lowered serving points.