About Pyramid & Parr Hall

Situated in the heart of Warrington’s Cultural Quarter, Pyramid & Parr Hall are two of the North West’s leading arts & entertainment venues for music, comedy, dance, drama and much more. 

Regularly attracting huge names from a variety of genres, the venues have recently played host to the Stone Roses, KT Tunstall, Reduced Shakespeare Company, Vienna Festival Ballet and Jimmy Carr to name but a few.

In addition to the array of professional performances on offer, Pyramid also plays host to a variety of classes and workshops from street dance and capoeira to life drawing, so whatever your age or experience, there is something for you!

Pyramid & Parr Hall and Warrington Museum & Art Gallery form Culture Warrington, a charitable trust set up to deliver high quality arts, heritage, and events in Warrington. More information about Culture Warrington can be found on culturewarrington.org.

Pyramid opened in 2002 as an arts centre that forms an integrated cultural offer with Parr Hall, focusing on smaller performances and community events and offering classes and community meeting spaces. The building was previously the Magistrates Courts, and was developed with support from Arts Council England and the National Lottery.

Parr Hall is a listed building and a long-standing feature of the Warrington’s cultural scene from its opening in 1895. It is a medium sized concert venue with 1000 seats.

Who we are

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Culture Warrington is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under the number 7974406. It operates under the trade name ‘Culture Warrington’ and its registered office is Pyramid, Palmyra Square, Warrington, WA1 1BL.

[updated August 2017]