Seating plan pdf. Below is a plan showing the different seating areas of The Bridgewater Hall auditorium. For further details about booking online, please visit . Box Office, The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley St, Manchester M2 3WS of our tickets. To download our full terms and conditions of sale, please click here. Box Office Opening Hours. Monday to Saturday am–pm. Sunday ( concert nights only) 12 noon–pm – Closed on non-concert Sundays Counter .
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It was the first brick building in Ashland, and its construction was funded by the students. Renovated in , Washington-Franklin Hall now houses the history department.
Pace-Armistead Hall was built in renovated and originally housed the chemistry department. Today, it is home to the studio art department, including the Flippo Art Gallery.
The original Duncan Methodist Church was built in and was renovated to include classrooms and offices for the music and arts departments. All three buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and collectively they make up "Historic Campus.
Copley Science Center was built as an extension of Smithey Hall, which today houses the psychology department. Just north of Copley is Keeble Observatory , which includes a 12" Cassegrain reflector optical telescope, and two radio telescopes.
Formerly, the library was located in Peele Hall, which is now the main administrative building on-campus and includes the Copy Center, Registrar's Office, Human Resources, provost, dean of students, and the president. He had obtained from parliament March an act authorising him to make from Worsley to Salford a canal which was to enter the Irwell and go up its other bank by means of locks.
A very different plan was urged on the duke by James Brindley [q. In July Brindley visited the duke at Old Hall, and persuaded him to project the construction of a canal from Worsley to Manchester, which should be carried in an aqueduct over the Irwell at Barton, three miles from Worsley.
The scheme was ridiculed, but the duke adopted it, and early in obtained an act of parliament sanctioning it. Brindley's ingenuity overcame all the many difficulties of construction.
On 17 July the first boatload of coals was borne along the Barton aqueduct, which forthwith attracted visitors from all parts. This canal was the first in England which throughout its course was entirely independent of a natural stream; hence Bridgewater has been called the founder of British inland navigation.
The price of the Worsley coal alone at Manchester was reduced through it fully one half. The duke and Brindley were soon engaged in a still more difficult enterprise, the construction of a canal from Longford Bridge to Runcorn, to connect Manchester and Liverpool.
The proprietors of the navigation of the Mersey and Irwell opposed the bill for the new canal, and were joined by some Lancashire landowners, the opposition to the bill in the House of Commons being led by Lord Strange, the son of the Earl of Derby. Moreover, the duke and his friends being whigs, many tories opposed his bill, which after a fierce contest received the royal assent in March The new canal, about twenty-eight miles in length, was nearly three times as long as that from Worsley to Manchester, and had to be carried over streams and bogs, and through tunnels, presenting great engineering difficulties.
The financial difficulty taxed the duke's pecuniary resources to the uttermost. He had not only to defray the cost of construction, which was very heavy, though Brindley's own wages were only a guinea a week, but to compensate owners for land compulsorily acquired.
He could hardly get a bill for l.