About

Victoria Hall, Keighley

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Victoria Hall is owned and managed by Bradford Council and is located in the town of Keighley which is situated within the metropolitan borough of Bradford, West Yorkshire.

In 2013 Victoria Hall received extensive refurbishment resulting in a major external and internal facelift. The re-furbishments complement the state of the art kitchen which was installed earlier in 2012. Further renovations are planned which will make Victoria Hall one of the best multi functional venues in the region.

Located just off the A650 Bradford to Skipton Road, Victoria Hall borders the town’s Leisure Centre and is set in extensive parkland (Victoria Park) which hosts the town’s major events.

Victoria Hall is one of the regions biggest multi functional venues and is ideal to hire for many functions from concerts to wedding receptions, prom nights to birthday parties plus many other occasions.

The hall itself is very versatile and can accommodate up to 480 people (fully standing), 288 people (sit down meal, no dance floor, 350 people (evening function with dance floor), 480 people (full theatre style comprising of 279 rake seating) remainder stalls seating). There is also a licensed bar and bar lounge and other smaller breakout rooms available for meetings and other functions.

With fully seated or standing or part–standing/seating formats, this versatile venue is suitable for almost any occasion.

About Keighley

A 10 minute walk from Victoria Hall takes you into town and the Airedale shopping centre, a large indoor shopping precinct which houses most of the town’s high street retailers such as Marks and Spencer, Beales department store, Next and Dorothy Perkins. Keighley has three large supermarkets, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Asda and benefits from a regular rail service with connections to Leeds,Bradford, Shipley, Bingley, Skipton, Carlisle and Morecambe. The town is also the terminus of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, a heritage steam branch line famous from the film ‘The Railway Children’.

Slightly further afield and a 20 minute drive away is Skipton and the gateway to the outstanding beauty of the Yorkshire Dales.