Central Hall Westminster
Central Hall Westminster - elegance and grace
In the very heart of London, along the history-laden pavements of Storey’s Gate and Tothill Street, you will find this splendidly crafted and expertly maintained building with its fantastic history of entertainment that stretches across a little more than a century. As many as 25 varied spaces can accommodate events from small functions for up to 60 people to large occasions for 100 to 250 or even 500 people, and, of course, the Grand Hall seats an audience of 2,400. Check StubHub regularly for updates on events and to buy or sell Central Hall Westminster tickets.
The rich cultural variety on display here at Central Hall Westminster has included Kumar Sanu, a singer from Kolkata in India who is known for his work in Hindi and Bengali films; Katie Melua, a Georgian-British singer-songwriter famed for her angelic melodies and soulful vocals; and the talents of Craig David, a British singer, rapper and record producer who entertains like he was born to do it. Central Hall Westminster tickets are available on StubHub for you to see this magnificent venue for yourself, and if you find yourself unable to attend you can simply sell your tickets right here in just a few effortless clicks. You will also be able to upgrade your experience by purchasing VIP tickets as soon as they become available on the site, so you really don’t have anything to lose!
Magnificent cultural meaning
A Grade II-listed building on the UK Heritage List, the magnificent structure of Central Hall was constructed from 1905 to 1911 on the site of another entertainment complex. The Royal Aquarium, Music Hall and Imperial Theatre had had marginal success until 1903, but it was time to do something different. 1914 saw the Suffragette Movement hold meetings within the hall, and, incidentally, scenes from the 2015 film "Suffragette" were also filmed here. Over the past century many people have crowded together to listen to prominent speakers of their day, such as Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi, to name only a few. The first United Nations General Assembly took place at Central Hall in 1946, during which time the Methodist congregation relocated themselves to the Coliseum Theatre. In 1968 Andrew Lloyd Weber entertained a public audience for the very first time and the BBC’s New Year’s Eve Concert has become an annual event. To learn how to attend events at this legendary venue, check StubHub regularly for Central Hall Westminster tickets available to buy or sell.
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