City Hall Hull

A very impressive building in the centre of Hull.

City Hall is a Grade II* listed building, built in Baroque Revival style by Hull’s City architect Joseph Hirst 1903–09, restored c. 1950 following war damage, and altered in 1986 and 1989.[1][2]V

Queen Victoria Square

Located in Queen Victoria Square in the city centre, Hull City Hall is home to a grand central hall which plays host to a varied programme of concerts including pop, rock and classical music as well as civic functions such as graduation ceremonies for the University of Hull.[3] The city’s main tourist Information office and the shop are based on the building’s ground floor.[4]

City Hall Hull

The main hall has a floor, balcony and gallery with the total capacity for 1,200 people seated, or up to 1,800 with a mixture of standing on the main floor and seated on the balcony and gallery.[5]

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