The iconic Great Hall of central London’s largest venue, Central Hall Westminster, is reinforcing its 100 year market position in the concert world by increasing standing concert capacity to 2,400.
The news coincide with an exclusive live concert by singer-song writer Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens. He will perform a charity concert in the iconic venue on June 14th and join a list of high profile artists, connected to the venue, located right opposite Westminster Abbey, including:
- Bryan Adams (2015)
- Queen & Adam Lambert (2014)
- Gary Barlow (2013)
- Laura Marling (2011)
- Kanye West (2007)
- Andrew Lloyd Webber (1968)
Balcony view of main stage of 2,400 capacity auditorium @CentralHall
Rockband Queen & Adam Lambert perform live in concert @CentralHall
Debut of the European concert tour of Yoga Lin @CentralHall
But also classical productions enjoy the excellent technical infrastructure, which has seen a recent £1.5M investment. The circular-shaped auditorium features Europe’s largest domed ceiling and therefore gives an impressive intimate audience experience for a range of concerts. Features:
- 2400 capacity no restricted views
- Full venue access & public queuing solutions
- Extensive backstage area & green room
- Exclusive access to outdoor terrace with prime London views
Thanks to Meryl Streep & Hugh Grant, Central Hall Westminster is now in the cinemas. The London venue is the film location and replacing New York’s Carnegie Hall in the British comedy-drama ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’.
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