Hexham’s Queen’s Hall is an epic Victorian building situated in the heart of Hexham town. Since its birth as an arts centre has become ever more valuable to the community and beyond. Queen’s Hall Arts Centre sits proud on Beaumont Street (opposite Hexham Abbey) and has established itself as a credible venue to host both national and international artists of music, drama and dance as well as touring comedy.
On a local level, the Queen’s Hall is also proud to host non-professional shows put on by our community. Organisations such as Hexham Library, Hexham Book Festival, Arts & Heritage, Hexham Community Partnership and Hexham Tourist Information Centre are also based there.
We stand beside the Queen’s Hall with sustainability, making our partnership an ethical decision too. For example, the project ‘Bugfest’ is due to take place at the Queen’s Hall soon. This will involve 9 local schools and give their young people an insight into the incredible world of invertebrates. This project was brought together by Queen’s Hall Arts, North Pennines AONB Partnership & Hexham Climate Action Group. It’s an incredible project to highlight the importance of invertebrates to our eco-systems.
The Queen’s Hall is a huge cultural asset to our town. We are delighted to support this incredible cultural organisation.