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About Us
  1. Who is Richard Goodall Gallery?
  2. What are your opening times?
  3. Where is Richard Goodall Gallery located? How do I get there?

  1. Who is Richard Goodall Gallery?

    Richard Goodall Gallery is the leading gallery for Contemporary Art and Fine Art Photography, and rock art in the UK. It is the largest commercial gallery in the UK.

    Based in Manchester across 2 location the gallery has been open since 2000 and represents the leading artists across a number of fields including photography, contemporary art, sculpture, and rock poster art. Our artists and  shows include Anton Corbijn, Gered Mankowitz, Graham Nash, Terry O’Niell, Lynn Goldsmith, Baron Wollman, Dale Chiluly, Jay Blakesberg, Niagara, Dalek, Emek, Jay Ryan, Leia Bell, Ray Ceaser, Linda McCartney, Mark Seliger, Lou, and Ronnie Wood.


    You can see more about Richard Goodall Gallery at www.richardgoodallgallery.com



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  2. What are your opening times?

    We are open:

    Tuesday to Friday - 11am - 6pm

    Saturday - 11am - 5pm

    Closed Sunday, Monday

     

    Contact us for special opening requests at other times by prior appointment



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  3. Where is Richard Goodall Gallery located? How do I get there?

    Richard Goodall Gallery is at 59 Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter in Manchester. The postcode is M4 1NA. 

     

    You can see a map here

    The gallery is located just up the street from Bluu bar and over from Oldham Street

    There is parking on the street and in nearby car parks.  



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