Huntingdon Hall is a converted grade 2 listed Methodist Chapel, originally built in 1773, that now provides Worcester and beyond with a unique venue boasting great acoustics and a warm reputation for hosting internationally renowned Comedy, a programme presenting all genres of Music and Spoken Word which brings well know performers to the city.
Within Huntingdon Hall you will find:
A converted chapel, seating 350 patron’s over 2 levels. Seats, pews and boxes downstairs and pew seating upstairs in the gallery.
Full PA system
City Centre location
Onsite bar / foyer
Worcester Theatres Main Box office
The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel was a thriving Methodist church built in 1773 and one of 9 chapels built across England by Selina, Countess of Huntingdon. By the 1970’s the building had become derelict and closed as a chapel in 1976. With financial support from Worcester City Council and Worcestershire County Council, along with a dedicated team of fundraisers Huntingdon Hall reopened in 1987 as a concert venue.
35 years later and Huntingdon Hall is a leading venue for entertainment with a very loyal customer base.
Worcester Theatres are proud to be supported by Worcester City Council and most recently the Arts Council England through their Cultural Recovery Funding and Project grants.