About

About
Albert Hall Swansea

Albert Hall, located in the heart of Swansea, is a historic venue that has been a cornerstone of the city’s cultural landscape for over a century. Originally built in 1864, Albert Hall has undergone several renovations to maintain its architectural grandeur while adapting to modern needs.

We take pride in our commitment to preserving the rich heritage of Albert Hall while also embracing innovation and creativity. Our team works tirelessly to ensure that every event held here is a memorable and seamless experience for both hosts and guests.

Whether you’re planning a special celebration, a corporate event, or simply looking for a unique venue to explore, Albert Hall welcomes you to step into history and create unforgettable moments.

1864
Then

Originally named the Music Hall and renamed Albert Hall eleven years later, the building has always been used as an entertainment hub in Swansea. It was also host to some historic performances and speeches from Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, David Lloyd George and Adelina Patti. From concerts, to wedding venues, to a cinema and Bingo Hall. The site closed its doors in 2007.

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2024
Today

The regeneration project as injected new life into the Grade-II listed building, transforming it into a vibrant multi-purpose venue that caters to the entire community. At its heart is a bustling food hall with independent stalls, with private dining areas and a dedicated children’s play centre, offering entertainment for all ages. The building also houses offices for local businesses and offers serviced accommodation for visitors, providing a space for work and leisure.

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