The Grand Hall
About The Grand Hall
The Grand Hall forms part of the Palace Theatre and Grand Hall Complex, Ayrshire’s premier entertainment venue, and is situated in the heart of Kilmarnock.
Designed by Robert Ingram, son of James Ingram who designed the Palace Theatre, the Grand Hall originally housed the Kilmarnock Library and a Reading Room. The venue now offers a range of flexible spaces which are ideal for events including large scale concerts, job fairs, meetings/presentations, school proms and of course weddings.
Having welcomed the likes of The View, Calvin Harris, Kevin Bridges and Billy Connolly to the stage over the years, the Grand Hall is a fantastic venue for a range of events and large scale music concerts.
For enquiries and bookings please contact 01563 554925 or email email@example.com
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