Lyric Theatre webBreak The Lowry, Pier 8, The Quays, Salford M50 3AZ
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An exclusive collaboration between the world’s greatest spiritual singer and a legend of South Asian classical dance, came together for one night at MIF19. ‘Music should rise from the heart and go straight to the soul,’ says Abida Parveen. When this iconic Sufi singer takes to the microphone, that’s exactly the journey it takes – as anyone who witnessed her transcendent show at MIF13 will remember. For this rare UK date, Parveen was joined by dazzling kathak dancer Nahid Siddiqui for a one-off performance together. An inspirational evening of sacred music and dance, a message of peace, love and harmony from two of the greatest devotional artists alive today. Curated by Rafi Peer
Abida Parveen with Nahid Siddiqui Lyric Theatre, The Lowry, Pier 8, The Quays, Salford M50 3AZ
The Lowry is located at Salford Quays, close to the MediaCityUK Metrolink.
The Stagecoach number 50 bus stops approximately 100m from The Lowry’s main entrance. This bus has low-floor access and wheelchair spaces.
There is a passenger drop-off point immediately outside The Lowry.
The primary accessible parking for The Lowry is the Lowry Outlet Mall car park. Blue Badge holders should enter the car park at the entrance by the mini-roundabout on the road leading from The Quays, as this will enable you to park at ground level.
The Lowry Outlet car park offers 4 hours’ free parking for disabled patrons on production of their Blue Badge at the car parking office or information desk.
There are also 2 dedicated parking spaces on its service road for Blue Badge holders – these are available on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be pre-booked.
The venue will also try to accommodate high-sided vehicles with Blue Badges on the service road, although no guarantee can be made, and The Lowry accepts no responsibility for vehicles parked on the service road.
The main entrance consists of two sets of double doors either side of a central block. These open outwards. The doors on the right have a pressure-release button for unassisted access – these can be found on top of low-level posts both inside and outside.
Many of The Lowry’s public areas are located on the ground floor with no steps. An open-ramped route connects the theatre foyers and gallery spaces, forming a public promenade around the building.
There is step-free access to the Box Office, toilets, performance spaces and galleries from the street. The floors are smooth, polished terrazzo, textured rubber, carpet, wood and tiled throughout the building. The main foyers have high ceilings, wide walkways, sloping floors and angled plaster or glass walls.
Five lifts to access different parts of the building.
Accessible toilets are available on all floors. Unfortunately there are no Changing Places facilities in the vicinity of The Lowry.
An infra-red Sennheiser amplification system is available to enhance sound through a digital hearing aid – patrons can collect a Sennheiser necklace or headset receiver to use this system from the Information Desk or programme sales point.
– If patrons would like to have amplified sound for this performance, they are advised to download the Sennheiser MobileConnect app and bring their own headphones and mobile device.
Senior (over 60)
Full Time Student
Personal Assistant (discounted at checkout)
Child (under 16)
£10 Greater Manchester resident lower waged
Artists:Abida Parveen, Nahid Siddiqui
Venue:Lyric Theatre, The Lowry
Venue Address:Pier 8, The Quays, Salford M50 3AZ
Venue Information:Additional security checks in place