Perth Concert Hall

Perth Concert hall

Perth Concert Hall is a modern building wedged between Mill Street and the North Port in the north of the city centre.(See Map) The new Concert Hall was opened in 2005 and is the largest entertainment venue in Perthshire. As well as concerts, theatrical and other cultural events, the hall caters for national and international conferences, meetings and other civic events.

It was built as a millennium project on the site of the once bustling Horsecross market, at a cost of £17 million. Construction commenced in 2003 and was completed in Summer 2005. HM Queen Elizabeth II attended the first performance in June of that year, and unveiled a plaque to commemorate her visit.

The 1200-seater Gannochy Auditorium lies at the centre of the building, and includes the latest in audiovisual technology as well as the capability, through flexible seating, to be extended to a total capacity of 1600. The glass-fronted foyer of the building provides exhibition and circulation area, as well as a restaurant and café bar.

Address: Mill Street, Horsecross, Perth, PH1 5HZ
Telephone:+44 1738 477732
0845 612 6324
Website:Perth Theatre
Managed by: Horsecross
Opening Hours: Check performance times on website above
Admission: Check prices with booking office
Parking: Yes - Multi story car park behind theatre
Languages: English 
Accessibility: Wheelchair access FOH and backstage, induction loops, audio guides, large print materials, limited disabled, level access
Toilets: Yes
Shop: No
Cafe/Restaurant: Yes-Glassroom cafe bar

Last updated 03/04/2015

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