Local Restaurants

If you want to eat before or after the show, we have partnerships with several local restaurants including:


The newest addition to the multi award winning Punjabi  restaurant group, EastzEast Blackburn offers King George’s Hall visitors the opportunity to enjoy 10% off your food bill on presentation of your event tickets or pre-booked tables.

Pre bookings can be made by phone on 01254 678975 or by email on info@eastzeastblackburn.com


Cafe Northcote

Friday and Saturday evenings: Enjoy Café Northcote’s fresh, locally sourced food by night. Open from 5.30pm on selected Friday & Saturday evenings to welcome you before a show or concert. Just 8 minutes’ walk to King Georges Hall.

The café offers modern food with an eclectic feel, always staying loyal to local producers and suppliers, using fresh ingredients of the highest quality. The menu changes regularly so you’ll always find something new to tempt you.

1 Course – £12.50 | 2 Courses – £16.50 | 3 Courses – £19.50

Website  Reserve a table on 01254 260520  Facebook


A Mano

One Cathedral Square, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 1FB

Customers will get 10% off all food (excluding offers) when they present their event ticket for King George’s Hall when paying.

Website  Call 01254 447234



Turtle Bay

3 Cathedral Square, Blackburn, BB1 1FB

King George’s Hall bookers will be offered a 10% discount on food which can be claimed by showing a valid event ticket for that day.

Turtle Bay’s Happy hour also runs from 12pm – 7pm, then 9.30pm – Close daily (from 10pm until close on Fri/Sat) including 2-4-1 cocktails.

Website  Call 01254 265222


The Parthenon

Run by Lancashire Deaf Service, The Parthenon Greek Restaurant is based on King Street and is open every Thursday to Saturday from 6pm-11pm.

We serve authentic Greek food and also provide live traditional Greek music and dancing on any night that you choose to visit. Our musician is also Greek and plays the guitar.

The restaurant profits all go to a good cause as it is run by a Deaf Service based on Heaton Street. The staff at the Parthenon range from Deaf to hearing and many are able to use British Sign Language as a form of communication.


Website  http://theparthenon.co.uk/  Reserve a table on 01254 296096