The Dana Center box office is open daily Monday through Friday 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and one hour prior to evening performances. You can reach the box office at (603) 641-7700 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The box office accepts all cards. Tickets for orders received within seven days of an event will be held at the box office so they are not delayed in the mail. All sales are final. See event details for ticket prices.
In person: Visit the box office in the lobby of the Dana Center for the Performing Arts at Saint Anselm College.
Senior citizens (62 and older) and Saint Anselm alumni are eligible to purchase two tickets at the Saint Anselm faculty/staff discounted rate. Additional tickets may be purchased at the general public rate.
Group rates are available. For further details please call (603) 641-7700.
Free parking is located adjacent to the Dana Center.
Plan Your Visit
Planning a visit to the Dana Center for the Performing Arts? See the listings below for lodging, restaurants, and things to see and do in the Manchester area.
Saint Anselm College also offers visitors a variety of activities. Stop by Davison Dining Hall for a bite to eat and stick around for a basketball or hockey game.
The college’s art gallery, the Alva de Mars MeganChapel Art Center has an impressive exhibition season planned and it is open throughout the academic year.
Dozens of distinguished authors, lecturers, and politicians visit the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, which is located at the bottom of Saint Anselm Drive and events are free and open to the general public.
The Dana Center for the Performing Arts is ADA Compliant, offering the following services to patrons with disabilities:
Handicap accessible seating for disabled patrons and their family/friends
Our staff makes every effort to assist and accommodate all patrons. If you are in need of special assistance, please notify the box office when purchasing tickets.
From the Manchester Boston Regional Airport
Head west on Airport Road. Airport Road becomes Brown Ave. / NH-3A. Take NH-101 west (Bedford / Nashua / Concord) and continue as directed below.*
From Points Southeast
Take Interstate 93 north to Interstate 293 north. Exit left to Route 101 west (Bedford/Goffstown) to junction of Route 101 and Route 114 (set of lights) and continue as directed below.*
Take Route 101 west and continue as directed below.* From Points West Take Route 101 east and continue as directed below.*
From Points Southwest
Take Route 3 north. Continue north on Everett Turnpike (through toll plaza) to Route 101 west to junction of Route 101 and Route 114 (set of lights) and continue as directed below.*
From Points North
Take Interstate 93 south to Interstate 293 south (Everett Turnpike) to Route 101 west to junction of Route 101 and Route 114 (set of lights) and continue as directed below.*
From Junction of Rt. 101 and Rt. 114
At the junction of Route 101 and Route 114, (set of lights) take Route 114 north. Continue through two sets of lights. The third set of lights is Saint Anselm Drive. Turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Campus is approximately one mile on right. Take the second right onto campus, at the bottom of the hill take a left into the parking lot next to the Dana Center for the Humanities.
We ask that all those attending a performance hold a ticket including small children.
If you arrive late, you will be seated as soon as possible at the direction of the management.
Cameras, video cameras, recording devices, cell phones, and pagers are not permitted in the theater.
Outside food and/or drinks are not allowed in the theater.
A bar will be available at performing arts shows. Refreshments will be available at children's shows.
The Dana Center asks that you please refrain from smoking as it maintains a non-smoking policy.
If you lose articles while attending a performance, you are invited to make all inquiries and claims with the Dana Center Administrative Office during regular business hours: Monday- Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at (603) 641-7710. However, the Dana Center is not responsible for the loss of personal property.