Leeds Town Hall is a Grade 1 listed building and was built by Cuthbert Brodrick after a competition to build the Town Hall was held in 1852.
The Town Hall was opened by Queen Victoria in 1858 and is home to an impressive 3-manual organ, the largest of its kind in Europe, built by Gray and Davidson.
Selected reviews for this venue:
Jack the trumpet, 07/10/14
Alison Balsom (07/10/14) - Leeds town hall
Tonight performance was AMAZING!!!!!!! Alison was really good I am going to get all her CDs the best trumpeter in the world :-) :-) :-)
Andrew & Linda Crossland, 08/05/13
Victorian splendour. The acoustics are brilliant for concerts or solo artists. The last time we were here was to see Barclay James Harvest in the 70s
Nigel Kennedy (08/05/13) - Unforgetable performance
He makes his fiddle sing. The Fats Waller numbers were astonishing and his band were brilliant. We could have heard more of them in solo.
We advise patrons travelling by car to leave as much time as possible for parking.
A number of free parking spaces are reserved for blue badge-holders at the front of the Town Hall. Access to the hall is through the doorway at pavement level directly by these spaces. There is a lift to all floors and accessible toilets on the ground and first floors. A number of spaces in the seating area are reserved for wheelchair users.
Disabled patrons and their essential carers may obtain two tickets for the price of one – details from the Box Office +44 (0)113 224 3801.
If you would like any further information on our facilities for patrons with disabilities, please don’t hesitate to ring the Town Hall on +44 (0)113 395 0322.
A closed loop system for the hard of hearing is in operation at Leeds Town Hall.