This stunning 18th century St Ann’s Church is the third oldest building in Manchester city centre. Designed by architect John Barker, the church is built in the Renaissance style, typical of Sir Christopher Wren. It features original wrought iron work by Robert Bakewell, and the original 1712 pulpit, altar and font.
Regular recitals and concerts are held by the students of RNCM most weeks, with special festivals of music. The organ was restored in 1996 and recitals are held every Tuesday at 12.45pm except in August and December.