Theatre Tickets &
Information for Audiences
All are welcome to the theatre productions performed by our final year Acting students.
Tickets can be purchased through the Fatsoma website and app.
A link to buy the tickets on the Fatsoma site will be provided on each production page when they become available.
Please see the University Privacy Notice on how we use any personal data you provide when a booking is made.
Tickets can be purchased on the evening of the performance on Fatsoma with the assistance of Front of House staff, subject to availability.
The ticket types and prices are—
- Standard (£12)
- Concessionary (£7.50) *
- Student from any educational institution (£5) **
* The concessionary rate is available to OAPs and also for those on low income or are unemployed for whom the saving would make a difference.
** Please bring your student ID card.
A 60p booking fee is charged for the standard tickets, 50p for concessionary and students.
We do not currently offer refunds if you are no longer able to attend an event. If you have an issue with your ticket booking, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help.
Venue & Accessibility
Performances will take place in the high specification Theatre space located in Manchester Metropolitan University's Grosvenor East building.
The main entrance to the building is on Cavendish Street, off Oxford Road, Manchester M15 6BG.
This brand new space is designed to be fully accessible to all, including wheelchair users. Induction loops are available for those who are hard of hearing.
Please state when buying a ticket if you are a wheelchair user or have any access requirements as this will help our Front of House team to accommodate your needs.
Parking & Travel
The University does not have a visitor car park, local on-street parking is limited and time restricted. But large public car parks are available nearby on Booth Street. The Theatre is also easily accessible by public transport.
Please see the University Travel page for more information.
Face coverings are not legally required on campus, however you are welcome to wear a face covering to attend a performance if you wish.