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St Paul's Hall, University of Huddersfield

St Paul's Hall, University of Huddersfield

St Paul's is a former church built in 1829 that now provides a venue for a range of concerts. Converted from a church in 1980, this unusual concert hall seats 400 people and was designed by John Oates (an architect from neighbouring Halifax) and by local stonemason Joseph Kaye.

St Paul's is conveniently located next to Huddersfield Ring Road on the University of Huddersfield Campus. It is situated close to the town centre with ample parking to be found in the large patrolled car park just across the road. The station is about 5 minutes walk from the hall.

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St Paul's is conveniently located next to Huddersfield Ring Road on the University of Huddersfield Campus. It is situated close to the town centre with ample parking to be found in the large patrolled car park just across the road

Access to the majority of guest seating is up a flight of steps and no lift is available.  Level access seats can be reserved for guests with wheelchairs or limited mobility; however, please note that due to the architecture and layout of the hall level access seating is limited and may have restricted views