TypeConcert Hall Phone+44 1729 825718 Renovated2000
Current tenantsSettle Victoria Hall Completed1852
CountryEngland, United Kingdom OwnerCraven District Council AddressKirkgate, Settle BD24 9DZ, UK SimilarSettle railway station, Museum of North Craven Life, Giggleswick railway station, Long Preston railway st, Gargrave railway station Profiles Facebook
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Victoria Hall, Settle is a Grade II listed concert hall in Kirkgate, Settle, North Yorkshire, England. It is England's oldest surviving music hall.
Built in about 1852, and designed by Sharpe and Paley, the hall opened as Settle Music Hall on 11 October 1853. It was restored in 2000.
The building is owned by Craven District Council. The hall is run by a charity, Settle's Victoria Hall, which was established in 1991 and presents a wide programme of drama, comedy and music as well as community events, workshops and indoor markets.