Set in a fantastic location in the heart of Chelsea, Cadogan Hall has become one of London’s leading venues.
The Hall’s 900 seats, excellent acoustic and luxurious surroundings makes it the first choice for some of the UK’s top orchestras, including the Hall’s resident orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, as well as a favourite London destination for international touring orchestras.
Cadogan Hall is the chosen venue for the world-famous BBC Proms Chamber Music Series and also offers a vibrant selection of contemporary, jazz, folk and world music events as well as debates and conferences.
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First opened in 1907 as a New Christian Science Church designed by Robert Fellowes Chisholm, the hall hosted congregations of 1400 in its heyday. In 1996 the congregation moved to a smaller church due to the decline in the congrigation The property was sold but fell into disuse for several years. The Cadogan Estate purchased the Hall in 2000 to safeguard its future. The Hall reopened as a...more
Proms tickets for B'Rock on Saturday 8th August. We're seasoned Prom-goers but had never been to Cadogan Hall. Husband uses a rollator and was desperate for the loo when we got there. I went to the bar to get some drinks and he was gone for ages! Turns out the toilets are on a lower level (there is a lift) but, when he approached a staff member asking for an accessible toilet, was told to...more
Very good. The tickets to Thea Gilmore (folk band) were waiting for me as promised when I received a telephone call from Manchester saying I'd won tickets from a Surrey local newspaper.
Nice bars inside and we were able to get our drinks served into plastic glasses to go outside with a cigarette.
Very civilized punters (what I would expect I suppose in Chelsea). Auditorium rather like a...more
Codagan Hall is a classy, intimate venue perfect for acohstic and small group performances.
It's a stunning setting with a simple stage. Horse shoe seating on ground floor and balcony.
They've got an eclectic line up, mainly classical. Within sight from Sloan Square station, just past the royal court, it's easy to find. Slightly old fashioned, but what I'd prefer to call classical ambience...more
We went to watch the Real Variety Show here. It was a free, pretty packed evening. The entrance hall filled up with lots of bodies and there was nowhere really to comfortably be. The bar was ok, if a little limited - but surprisingly reasonable, A glass of wine was around a fiver and water was about 1.50 a bottle.
The loos are downstairs and there are not many of them - causing the...more