Your culture attendant: things to do in Altrincham

A THING TO DO TODAY

ALTRINCHAM
Price: £3.50
Time: 90 mins
Perhaps one of the more surprising contributions of Eccles to the nation's artistic heritage is that it houses a unique musical resource: the Theatre Organ Heritage Centre, housed in a former Sunday school on Alexandra Road. Each Thursday lunchtime, you can hear their historic theatre Wurlizer in action from 1pm to 2.30pm.
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