Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Liverpool, Großbritannien

Opened on 27th August 1849, Philharmonic Hall has long been an acclaimed an integral part of the artistic life of Liverpool, and was described as 'the best in Europe' by Sir Thomas Beecham before being destroyed by fire in 1933. The present hall, designed by architect Herbert Rowse and opened in 1939, quickly established itself as both a concert hall and cinema. The art deco splendour of Philharmonic Hall was restored in 1995 following a £10.3 million refurbishment; parts of the foyer are said to be based on decoration in the tomb of Tutankhamen.


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Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Hope Street
L1 Liverpool
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Philharmonic Hall is situated on Hope Street, approximately a 10 minute walk from the city centre. The main entrance is situated on Hope Street at the junction where Hardman Street meets Hope Street opposite the Philharmonic Public House. It is close to Central Station, Lime Street Station, Myrtle Street bus stops and several car parks.

Seating Information

Main Hall, 1500 Sitze