The Music Hall and Theatre History Site
Dedicated to Arthur Lloyd, 1839 - 1904.


The Royal Concert Hall, Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

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Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall. - Photo M.L.The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow was built in 1989 to replace the St Andrews Hall at Charing Cross which burned down in 1962. The Concert Hall opened in October 1990 and was part of the efforts to regenerate the city and it's cultural reputation after many years of neglect.

The Concert hall actually comprises of two separate auditoriums which together can seat 2,500 people, and despite it's huge cost, troubled building history, and a facade which is not the most popular amongst Glasgow's buildings, the Royal Concert Hall is today a successful and highly regarded music venue.

You may like to visit the Royal Concert Hall's own website here.

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