Event Details

The History of St Cecilia's Hall
Saturday 20th May 2017This event has passed.

St Cecilia’s Hall is Scotland’s oldest concert hall and it has just recently reopened after an extensive redevelopment. The building itself has a fascinating history and has been everything from a concert hall, church, temple, school, pub and dance hall before it was returned to a concert hall by the University of Edinburgh. This talk explores the history of the building and the people who have used it over the centuries.

Places are limited, for more information and links to book tickets please visit:  https://edunifom.wordpress.com/

Show times

2:30pm - 3:30pm

Advance booking required

Venue

St Cecilia's Hall
Niddry Street, Cowgate Edinburgh EH1 1NQ

Contact

0131 651 1438 (9am-5pm Mon-Fri only)
www.edunifom.wordpress.com

Organised by The University of Edinburgh Museum Collections

Entry prices

Free

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Facilities

Public Transit Links / Toilets / Gift Shop / Wifi / Baby Changing / Disabled Access / Disabled Access (with prior notice) / Accessible Toilets / Induction Loop 

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