St George's Hall was officially reopened on St. George's Day, 23 April 2007 by HRH The Prince of Wales, after a magnificent facelift that has restored the opulence of this neo‐classical jewel.
Considered by many to be the best room in the building it was also known as the Golden Concert Room and was regularly host to Charles Dickens who held many of his readings there. The 480 seat venue features elegant decoration in white, honey, and cream and a cast iron 'wickerwork' balcony supported by female figures known as caryatids. A superb crystal chandelier hangs in the middle of the room while Ravenhead glass mirrors situated at the back of the stage create stunning reflections.
St George's Hall Concert Room, William Brown Street, L1 1JJ Liverpool, United Kingdom, Google Maps