Experience world class sleight-of-hand in Manchester's most iconic hotel.
Magic at the Midland is Manchester's premier magic show. You will be amazed and amused by the magic of Steve Price - one of the UK’s top magicians. Steve will have you laughing and wondering just how he does the impossible, turning ordinary objects into extraordinary memories.
Steve has been running Magic on the Mersey in Liverpool since August 2021. It's the same show, but in a different city! The show received a Travellers' Choice award from Tripadvisor in 2023.
The Midland Hotel is Manchester's most iconic and historic hotel, providing the perfect setting for an evening of elegant entertainment. It's also where where Mr Charles Rolls first met Mr Henry Royce, so you're in good company! This grand hotel is just minutes from Oxford Road and Piccadilly train stations. The Lancaster Suite is a luxurious room on the first floor where you will have an excellent view of Steve’s performance. Keep your eyes open, you don't want to miss a thing!
The Magic Circle Magazine
Steve Price is a regular performer on board five-star cruise ships. He is bringing his hilarious magic show to the heart of Manchester for the very first time. The show is designed to entertain, amaze and amuse you for the full 75 minutes.
Doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start. The show is 75 minutes long, and doesn’t include an interval.
Magic at the Midland is a family show and suitable for all ages.
The show is performed inside the Lancaster Suite at The Midland Hotel, Manchester. It’s a short walk to Oxford Road and Piccadilly train stations. The Midland Hotel's address is: 16 Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS
The nearest train stations to the hotel are Manchester Oxford Road (200 metres) and Manchester Piccadilly (¾ mile). The main station for nationwide services is Manchester Piccadilly, which is linked to the hotel by the Metrolink Network.
Manchester is serviced by a free Metroshuttle bus which links the main train stations, car parks, shopping areas and hotels around the city centre running at least every ten minutes. The nearest stop is outside the Free Trade Hall, 150 metres from the front of the hotel.
There are NCP car parks at Manchester Central (Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3GX) and Gt Northern Warehouse 1 (Watson Street, Manchester, M3 4EE).
Disabled Parking Bays - M60 2DS
The show is fully accessible, with a lift to take you to the Lancaster Suite on the first floor.
No, but The Midland does have a bar where you may like to enjoy some refreshments before or after the show.
No, the price you see is the price you pay.