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Sheffield City Hall Seating Plans
Sheffield City Hall is an iconic grade II listed building and the city's premier concert venue. Originally built in 1932, the building has extensive legacy where entertainment, and in particular music, is concerned. Many legends having graced the stage over the years, including the likes of Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles and more recent examples being JLS and Ricky Gervais.
Attracting 150-200 business events and over 400 entertainment shows annually, City Hall offers flexible and versatile Event Management, delivering a unique and bespoke experience. Its centerpiece, the magnificent Oval Hall is a 2,271 seated auditorium which can be configured to suit all sized events. The Ballroom is ideal for banquets and dinners and is easily adapted to a theatre style conference, exhibition or filming location. The Memorial lends itself for a meeting of 40-600 and complementing all areas are attractive quirky break-out spaces.
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The Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall
The atmospheric Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall, is a visually stunning auditorium tiered on three levels. Download a seating plan
The Memorial Hall
The Memorial Hall is an intimate space, which is as effective in accommodating an event for 40 or 500 and is home to Sheffield City Hall regular Comedy Club Last Laugh. Download a seating plan.
The art deco Ballroom has hosted an array of events from exhibitions to dinner dances, filming locations to weddings. Complimenting the Ballroom are two additional stunning halls which are adaptable for smaller gatherings, weddings and meetings. Download a floor plan of the Ballroom.