Had to queue forever for drinks because there weren't enough staff. Toilets were also not clearly sign posted.
A wide variety of concerts to suit all tastes fro classic to comedy . Amazing concert hall splendidly victorian with banked seating for preformances. Tours can be arranges for a small charge,
i have driven past the place many times it is fantastic but never been inside until october when my son got married there although we did not look all round what we did see was as good inside as it is out it has open days at certain times i will go back on one of these open days to... More
I think this is possibly the best town hall in the UK. It is like a TARDIS, it is much bigger on the inside. The architecture is jaw dropping and the concerts are incredible. If you're visiting Leeds, this is certainly a place to visit.
We've been to the International beer festival here for the past few years and it's such a beautiful building. Mostly it's weddings and such that go on here but they do have events such as gigs and vintage fairs. But be aware that if you need the toilet here it's always miles away. If you time it right there are... More
This is a beautiful building in the middle of a beautiful city. We came here to watch Jimmy Carr:Gagging order on 25th October 2013. It has a couple of bars for before, during and after the concert you are seeing. The room itself is only small so it is a very intimate gig. It is such a beautiful old place... More
Not much info about this place at TIC. We stumbled across it when we were following the Leeds Walk It brochure. The history and magnificent hall is worth discovering. Apparently there are guided tours on a Monday and Saturday at certain times of the year.
This was easy to find on a Sunday after Lunch at the Merrion Centre city Library and railways history all steam trains carriages used by Royals etc and history and arts on walls story about mental health home in Leeds & Famous Celebrities on now removed included Jimmy Saville ha, Liz Dawn corries Vera once Leeds city Mayor & BBC... More
Never knew you could see live acts here. We came to see Sarah Milligan. A lovely theatre, beautiful ceilings and architecture. You can have a tour of this building which I may do one day. There are toilets inside open to the public. There was a small bar and a little side room where you could have a soft drink... More
Central, and easy to find. Historic building, which adds to the atmosphere. Plenty to see and do. Parking nearby.
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