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Collabro at Manchester Lowry

Collabro tour dates and tickets
Collabro are an English musical theatre boy band from London, consisting of Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matt Pagan and Thomas J Redgrave.

Collabro will be performing 1 event in Manchester on Sunday 25th October 2020 at the Lowry.

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Collabro in Manchester - Ticket Options

Sun Oct 25 2020    (Change Date) Manchester, UK UK
Official face value from £24.75. Resale tickets from £52.69.
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Collabro
Manchester, Lyric Theatre - The Lowry
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Manchester, Lowry
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Collabro
Manchester, Lowry

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Collabro
Manchester, Lowry

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Manchester, Lowry
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Venue Information - Manchester Lowry

Lowry Pier 8, Manchester M50 2AZ
Telephone: 08432086000
Venue Capacity: 1730
The Lowry is a theatre and entertainment complex based on Pier 8 in Salford, Greater Manchester. First opened back in 2000, and boasting a capacity of around 2,000 (split between the main Lyric room and the smaller Quay), it has been one of city's staple locations for performance art, pantomime, and the likes. It also, however, acts as a gallery, and has a lot of work from L S Lowry - its namesake - amongst others spread over 2,000 square foot!