The Lowry is an arts organisation based in Salford. Home to two galleries, three theatres and Pier Eight bar and restaurant, the venue welcomes more than 830,000 people per year. Working with more than 350 artists and companies it stages more than a 1,000 performances a year.
As a registered charity, The Lowry is committed to using visual and performing arts to enrich people’s lives through a diverse programme of performance, events and activities and work with local communities and young people.
Named after the artist LS Lowry, the building is home to the world’s largest public collection of his works and has a permanent exhibition on display year-round. The gallery also presents an exciting programme of work by contemporary artists throughout the year.
You can catch the 50 from East Didsbury or MediaCityUK to get to The Lowry.
Whilst you’re in Salford Quays, why not book a Media City BBC Tour? Find out more information here.
Dates and Times
The Lowry Theatre are open as normal for all bank holidays; Mon – Sun: 10am. Unless there is a theatre performance or significant public activity in the building, from Monday to Sunday the building will close at 6pm.
Lowry Salford Website
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Salford M50 3AZ