Skip navigation |
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
[Viewing Options]
 

Leisure and Culture

Queens Hall Burley

Queens Hall
Main Street
Burley-In-Wharfedale
Ilkley
LS29 7BT

01943 864062

Booking enquiries

For all enquiries regarding availability and prices, please email community-halls@bradford.gov.uk or telephone 01943 436224.

The Venue

Queens Hall is an attractive Grade Two listed building situated in the picturesque village of Burley-In-Wharfedale. Originally built in 1868 this medium sized public hall has recently benefited from considerable renovation and refurbishment.

Licensed for civil wedding ceremonies, this is an ideal venue for receptions and social functions.

The Queens Hall has car-parking facilities and level floor access. It comprises of a Main Hall, Annexe and John Squire Room.

The venue also has limited theatrical capabilities and a fully equipped kitchen.

As well as social functions the venue is ideal for badminton, coffee mornings, yoga and small-scale theatrical productions.

Facilities

Queens Hall can be hired in its entirety, or various combinations of facilities.

  • Entrance lobby
  • Main Hall
  • Theatre seating capacity of 150
  • Stage with basic sound equipment
  • Dressing rooms
  • Shower room
  • Annexe
  • Kitchen

The Main Hall measures 54ft x 36ft with a stage measuring 26ft x 10ft. There is a basic sound system and limited back stage facilities, including dressing rooms and shower room.

The hall also has a balcony which gives a total theatrical seating capacity of 150. The room is multipurpose and is marked out for badminton. The hall is installed with a loop system.

The Annexe comfortably seats a maximum of 50 people and is ideal for meetings, coffee mornings and small functions. It adjoins an open-plan kitchen, which is fully equipped with modern appliances and utensils.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the Bradford Metropolitan District Council website. To find out more about the cookies, see our privacy policy.