(PRWEB UK) 17 July 2012
Manchester is home to five of the country’s best arts and entertainment venues and the site will continually update concert schedules, event listings and news about each of them. Information about the MEN Arena, O2 Apollo Manchester, Royal Exchange Theatre, The Lowry and The Palace Theatre will all appear on the http://www.manchestertheatres.org.uk/.
With Manchester being such a metropolitan hub in the United Kingdom so many people travel there to take in the sights and see what their theatre district has to offer.
The new site is the ultimate list for people coming to Manchester and hoping to take in a show or two.Recent acts announced for the O2 Apollo included the amazing Blink 182, Frankie Boyle and Ed Sheeran. The Royal Exchange has just kicked off its month long run of the amazing Lyric Hammersmith and Filter Theatre production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the MEN Arena is set to host the out of this world concert styling’s of Lady Gaga. More and more huge names, and theatre companies, are adding Manchester as a destination when they take their shows on the road, and Manchester Theatres.org.uk make choosing who to see and where to see them super easy.
One such act that has just announced she will be appearing at Manchester Arena, is Cheryl Cole and tickets for her 13th of October gig are selling fast. Newcastle Airport are reporting a rise in flights to Manchester booked around the 12th of October and it is thought that many are flying to the city to see one of Newcastle’s most famous daughters. Newcastle Airport Parking have also seen a spike in bookings for long-term parking between the 12th and the 15th of October as it appears fans are making mini-breaks based around Manchester’s excellent theatre and concert programmes.
Customers that are flying into Manchester from Newcastle can take advantage of the low cost price guarantee at Newcastleairportparking.com and be rest assured that their vehicles are being well looked after, while they are busy fighting for their love, or dealing with those mischievous fairies. No matter how long travellers intend to stay in Manchester there is a parking deal available to them at Newcastle Airport Parking.
Manchester theatres are regularly visited by people from all over the country, and the new site is also set to feature directions and information for those that are coming from Newcastle, Edinburgh, London and Bristol.
Bristol Airport Parking Shop have also noticed an increase in the amount of bookings, for long-term parking at Bristol Airport, around the dates of acts like Cheryl Cole, Jimmy Carr and Lady Gaga.
While there are no direct flights from Newcastle or Bristol to Manchester flying is still the fastest, safest and most relaxing way to get any theatre trip underway. Most flights from Newcastle have just one stop before landing in Manchester, and flights from Bristol to Leeds bring passengers within 40 miles of the centre, and they can get a short train journey for as little as £6. All of this information and more is available on manchestertheatres.org.uk, which will be updated on a regular basis and hopes to become the number one guide for those wishing to attend one of the many venues in the city, whether they intend to see comedians, music acts or even an amazing stage production.