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Most of the photos here show Leeds Town Hall, which is not the same as Leeds Civic Hall. They are close to each other, but totally separate buildings, on nearby streets, with different civic functions.
I attended a conference at Leeds Civic Hall in the/a Banqueting Hall. A wonderful room, very grand and impressive with beautiful panelling.
There is a large landing outside which is a great congregation space.
This building demonstrates the previous history and wealth of Leeds, it's...More
Leeds Town Hall is a very impressive, even intimidating, building. It has large classical style pillars and wide, grand steps leading up to the front. Inside the building was very impressive.
In any case, being situated around a number of excellent bars and eateries, it's...More
I have to agree with previous reviews.
It is a large imposing building set centrally in Millennium Square. An ideal location for public meetings, and other similar functions.
The architecture, and style of building is impressive, and grand.
It is the sort of place that American's would love! Not evry old, but a bit fancy. Original decorative carpets removed. Random things in cabinets. Lovely Jewish commerative case sandwiched between odds and sods that have been donated to the council over the years. A...More
Who ever decided to stage "A Witness for the Prosecution" in the council chambers at the Civic Hall deserves great praise. It is a spectacular venue for this play and the whole staging of the play was excellent.
From the policeman at the entrance and...More
I endorse everything the first reviewer has said.
I was not acquainted with this play so the twists and turns in the second half were gripping.
Two things: it was very hot and stuffy in the room and the seats were very uncomfortable.