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Victoria Hall is a grade 2* Listed Building that retains all of its original grandeur, beauty and unique architectural features. Originally built by philanthropist Sir Titus Salt in 1869 as the Victoria Hall and Institute it offered a library, dance hall and lecture theatre, meeting rooms, billiards room and gymnasium. The Institute was built as a centre of recreation, culture and learning and still fulfils the same function to this day. With five stunning rooms available for hire, Victoria Hall is the ideal setting for all functions including meetings and conferences, weddings, dinner dances, parties, community based events, festivals and performances.In 2006 a major restoration was undertaken and Victoria Hall is now a fully restored and fully accessible venue with internet access in every room and sound and lighting systems within the Main Hall. A full range of AV equipment, catering and refreshments are all available on request.In 2007 Victoria Hall became an approved venue for marriage and civil partnership ceremonies and can now provide a unique venue for your wedding ceremony and reception. We guarantee that you will receive the highest level of service from your initial enquiry through the months leading up to your wedding day and on the day itself. For information on room availability, prices and event management and for all other enquiries please contact us as follows:

Victoria Hall
Victoria Road
BD18 3JSTelephone 01274 327305
Fax 01274 327298 Email:

SaltaireLive - live music at the Victoria Hall, Saltaire

This Mighty Wurlitzer, owned and maintained by The Cinema Organ Society, is housed in the main hall of the Victoria Hall.

In addition to a programme of regular monthly events, the Wurlitzer can be hired for private functions and is also played several times a month by members of the society.

Why not call in at the Hall and see if you can catch the Wurlitzer in action – you might even see the console rise up to the stage on its lift! Small groups can be given a tour down in the bowels of the organ to view all the pipes, drums, cymbals and the mechanisms that make up the instrument.

For further information and our current events list please look at our website or contact us via email on to see if your visit coincides with one of our members days.

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