Pyramid & Parr Hall
- Telephone 01925 442345
- Website www.pyramidparrhall.com
Pyramid & Parr Hall are two of the North West’s leading arts & entertainment venues for music, comedy, dance and theatre.
Past performers include the Stone Roses, KT Tunstall, Reduced Shakespeare Company, Vienna Festival Ballet and Jimmy Carr.
Pyramid opened in 2002 as an arts centre, integrated with Parr Hall. The building was previously the Magistrates Courts. Parr Hall is a listed building and has been part of Warrington's cultural scene since 1895. It seats 1000 people.
Warrington bus station is a seven minute walk away. Warrington Bank Quay Railway Station is two minutes walk away, while Warrington Central is seven minutes walk away. Limited on-site parking is available for patrons to the rear.
There are 32 events at this location
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Boogie the night away to the 1970s disco sounds as Billy Ocean, Tavares, Barry White, Edwin Starr and more are played out on vinyl.
A-Kay: Barry White Tribute
The late American soul singer, nicknamed The Walrus Of Love, has a selection of his music performed.
Al Murray: Let's Go Backwards Together
A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Chris Potter & The Inner City Ensemble
The acclaimed saxophonist leads his ensemble to perform a mixture of jazz and blues.
The Circus of Horrors: The Never Ending Nightmare
The troupe celebrates its 21st anniversary with its latest spectacular featuring an amalgamation of bizarre, brave and beautiful acts all woven into an Alice in Horrorland type story driven by a mainly original soundscape.
Sat 25 Feb
Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.
Sat 4 Feb
Dave Spikey: Juggling On A Motorbike
The comedian takes a look back at his comedy career which has spanned 30 years.
Dave Spikey: Words Don't Come Easy
Stand-up from that one off of Phoenix Nights, talking about the ways in which the English language can leave us tongue-tied.
The Dublin Legends
These four members of the Dubliners keep the act going strong, following the death of founding member 'Banjo' Barney McKenna in 2012. Expect all the classic songs from the Dubliners' 50-year career.
Stand-up comedy from the Mock The Week regular.
An Evening With Levison Wood
The best-selling author, photographer and TV presenter shares tales and anecdotes from his time as a soldier in the Parachute Regiment and his subsequent transition into life as an explorer.
From the Jam
Now featuring only one member From the Jam. Bruce Foxton is joined by Russell Hastings and drummer Steve 'Smiley' Barnard.
Former X Factor runners up perform pop-opera covers of well-known songs.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Sat 23 Sep
£27.50 / 01925 442345
Ken Dodd: The Happiness Show
The veteran comedian, who was awarded a knigthood in the Queen's New Year honours list, brings happiness to fans across the country with a variety show of jokes, songs and stories.
The feisty Scottish singer-songwriter with a Brit, Ivor Novello and Scottish Style Award under her musical belt returns with new material. Tunstall released her fifth studio album, KIN, in September 2016, after a break from the bright lights of performing. Singles from the album include 'Evil Eye' and 'Hard Girls'.
Leyland Band: Brass For St. Rocco’s
The brass band perform traditional marches, classical overtures, plus stage and screen favourites to raise money for local charity St. Rocco's Hospice.
The former Soft Cell perv pixie turned torch song crooner and old school cabaret interpreter revisits his long career.
Residents and guests supply Northern soul and Motown.
The British-Iranian comedian and star of stage and screen brings his new show to an adoring public.
The Phonics: The Stereophonics Tribute
The Phonics are the UK's premier Stereophonics tribute band. They play tracks from every album including the new up and coming album, Keep the village alive. Their set has something for all fans including hits such as Have a nice day, Maybe Tomorrow, Dakota and Handbags & Gladrags not to mention those amazing album…
Rob Beckett: Mouth of the South
Observational and high-energy new material from the award-winning stand-up.
Got a goldfish that you flushed down the toilet that you need to say sorry to? Now's your chance to apologise through the medium of Sally Morgan.
A haunting original take on folk rock from the former Mercury Music Prize nominee.
The eighties' singer with the famous hips performs his past hits to celebrate the anniversary of 30 years since the release of his first hit in the UK. In 1980 the singer released Hot Dog after years of touring and recording Stevens got his big break. His success in the eighties continued with the release of Marie Marie…
The Sooty Show
Sweep, Soo and Richard join the loveable bear to celebrate his birthday party – where things don't seem to be going to plan.
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
Veteran pop-rock singer-songwriter Steve Harley and his band Cockney Rebel are perhaps best known for the hit single Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me), which has been covered by numerous artists and featured on the soundtrack to The Full Monty. Harley turns back the clock for one night only in London with band mate…
The original Cockney rebel playing his hits including that song … can't think what it's called.
The multi-coloured coiffured actress/songstress.
Blues guitarist who has played with the likes of John Mayall, Canned Heat and John Lee Hooker.
Welcome to the Carnevil
The Circus of Horrors present the story of a young girl who runs away to join the circus but finds herself in a big top ruled by the undead. Set in Victorian London when Jack The Ripper was at large and the Freakshow was all the rage the show features killer clowns, sword swallowers, demon dwarfs and death deifying…