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Albert Hall to reopen this summer!

Welsh company LoftCo are gearing up to reopen Swansea city centre's fantastic Albert Hall.

How the Albert Hall will look inside

How the Albert Hall will look inside

Their transformation of the historic Cradock Street venue - with some help from ourselves - is in full swing & we're thrilled they've allowed us to share the latest news with you.

The official opening is due to be noon on June 14. Go check it out as soon as you can after that!

It'll be an exciting fusion of history and innovation, bringing a much-loved old building back into dynamic, modern use.

The top floor of the 160-year-old structure will feature new-style visitor accommodation - known as an aparthotel.

Each room in that will be named after an iconic figure who's graced the old Albert Hall stage, including Charles Dickens & Oscar Wilde.

There'll be exclusive meeting rooms & private dining suites named after legendary operatic singer Adelina Patti who performed at the venue.

In the main hall there'll be eight street food traders including Swansea favourites plus some new additions to the city.

For all families, a children's jungle play area will be a great spot for little ones to explore, with children's TV on the big screen every morning.

For enquiries, office lets, event bookings & other info please contact enquiries@albert-hall.co.uk

  • Check out the venue's website - www.albert-hall.co.uk
  • Did you know? The building opened in 1864 as a venue for up to 2,500 people. It became the Albert Hall a few years later & went on to host a wide range of speeches, performances and shows. It became a cinema and bingo hall before closing in 2007. LoftCo acquired it around four years ago. It's being brought back to life at around the same time as council-driven Swansea heritage projects the Palace Theatre building & part of the Hafod-Morfa Copperworks - now occupied by Penderyn Distillery.
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