Formerly Leeds Children’s Palace, the venue was first opened in the mid 30’s. It was later neglected and opened officially as the Belgrave Music Hall in an effort to encourage more creativity in the city. Now, the Hall is a great place to enjoy all kinds of live performances and cultural events, situated perfectly in Leeds’ bustling Northern Quarter.
The venue is stretches three floors high, with a fantastic rooftop terrace at its peak. It features a main event space that can hold up to 300, as well as bars and kitchens serving canteen-style fare, cocktails and craft beers. Visitors can enjoy the friendly, community vibes as they relax with panoramic views of the city or in the cosy spaces provided.
The range of events are supported by the Hall’s flexibility. Despite being considered a Music Hall, the venue also offers comedy, art exhibitions, film screenings, burlesque and cabaret shows, and much more. It also participates or hosts many festivals and events linked to the community, such as home and furniture fairs and yoga classes.