Situated in Bury, Lancashire, The Met is a centre of live music noted nationally for its specialist folk music programme incorporating two performance spaces, a restaurant and Edwin Street Recording Studio.
As an independent charity, The Met works to develop a growing audience to experience the arts and nurturing traditional talent to grow into national stars. The Met is organiser and promoter of a number of outdoor events including the annual Ramsbottom Festival.
The Met is an independent arts and entertainment venue run by Bury Metropolitan Arts Association, a company limited by guarantee (No. 2370868) and a registered charity (No. 701879) supported by Arts Council England and Bury Council.
Currently there are no events for the Bury Met Manchester .
Address: Bury Met
All Bury Town Centre buses terminate at the bus station, and some stop right at the door of The Met! From the bus station walk just a few hundred yards towards The Met northwards along Market Street.
Bury's Metrolink terminus is just a few hundred yards from The Met - and the Tram is a clean and efficient way to get to and from the venue! From the Metrolink station, walk through the bus station north along Market Street.
Use the form on the following link to get driving directions to The Met: http://themet.biz/visit/location
There is on-street parking in Silver Street and Bolton Street, where there is also a car-park next to the East Lancs Railway.
The main entrance is fully ramped with a lift to the main theatre and accessible toilet facilities.
We have staff permanently on hand to help. Should you require a personal escort, we can supply that person with a free ticket.
A magnetic induction loop for hearing aid users is used in the Main Theatre for the majority of our events.
Guide dogs are welcome, and water can be provided upon request.
We want your visit to The Met to be a first class experience. If you have any special requirements call us on 0161 761 2216 to let us know, and we'll do our best to help.
Learn more by following this link: http://www.fullcirclearts.co.uk/