About Huntingdon Hall
Huntingdon Hall is Worcester’s premier live music and entertainment venue, a 250-year old converted Methodist Hall deconsecrated and renovated in the 1980’s.
Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel was a thriving Methodist church in the early 18th Century. By 1970, the building closed as a chapel until the late 1970s when it was purchased by the City Council with the view of redeveloping the site. With financial support from the City and County Councils, Huntingdon Hall re-opened in 1987 as a concert venue. 25 years later and Huntingdon Hall is a leading venue for folk music, is becoming increasingly well known for great comedy and welcomes all types of entertainment; classical music, jazz and blues as well as spoken word events.
Hidden within the main city shopping centre it is a jewel in the historic City of Worcester and a Grade 2 listed building. Capacity is 350 over 2 levels, ground floor seats and padded pews and upstairs gallery padded pews. There is a bar onsite.
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