Hailed as Yorkshire’s most significant secular building, this Grade I listed building is an architectural and cultural phenomenon, the sole survivor of the great 18th century northern cloth halls, it has stood proudly at the heart of Halifax since 1779. It has recently undergone a £19 million conservation and transformation programme and provides a fascinating insight into this once thriving cloth industry.
- Perfect for: All musical ensembles and performance groups
- Repertoire: Mixed
- Performance times: In the summer months, performances are welcomed in the spectacular courtyard at the epicentre of this historic building.