Theatre Organ Heritage Centre – Peel Green

The Lancastrian Theatre Organ Trust Heritage Centre which opened in 2002 houses a theatre style auditorium which will seat 80 patrons. It houses one of the very first Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organs to be installed in this country. The 2 manual 6 rank pipe organ originally installed in the Trocadero Theatre, Liverpool, and later in the Gaumont Cinema, Dingle, Liverpool. In adition to the Wurlitzer the centre also houses the 3 manual 6 rank Compton Organ from the Davenport Theatre.

Facilities our now available at the Heritage Centre to anyone having an interest in the Cinema Theatre and Theatre Organs. 

Presentations & tours can be arranged for Societies, Clubs, W.I., Rotary, Schools etc., plus the opportunity to have hands on experience of playing a Wurlitzer and Compton Theatre Organ.

Weekly programmes featuring the Wurlitzer and Compton are presented every Wednesday at 1pm

The Heritage Centre is open on

Wednesdays for regular lunchtime concerts. You can find more information on these by visting the events/concerts page of our website

Our centre is open on Fridays for public viewing of the Heritage Centre Museum.

On the First Saturday in each month we hold our LTOT Coffee Morning between 10:30am & 12:30pm. At this event the centre provides an open console to anybody who may wish to play one of our theatre organs. In adition to this we also have featured artists playing at certain times during the morning.

Opening times for other activities are available by appointment.
Please call Roger Fisher on 07904 480527 or email

How to Find Us

Theatre Organ Trust Heritage Centre

By Road

Take the M60 and leave at Junction 11
Take the A57 east towards Manchester

By Public Transport

Travel by Metrolink from the city centre on an Eccles Service.
Alight at Eccles and then take a number 67 bus towards Peel Green