Grand Central Hall

Chris Horkan

First opened in 1905, the hall has been a cinema and home to Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. More recently, it has been a nightclub, home to independent traders and – with recent further refurbishment – a 1,200-capacity multi-purpose theatre.

35 Renshaw StreetLiverpoolL1 2SF View map
Telephone: 07490054004 Visit Now

Venue permanently closed.

What's on near Grand Central Hall

Homotopia Festival 2023
Homotopia Festival 2023

Performances, screenings, workshops, live music and conversation, Liverpool’s longest-running LGBTQ+ arts festival is back to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

from £8.00

Where to go near Grand Central Hall

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The Egg Café

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Bier bar

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