There’s no place like the Coronation Hall, whether you’re a fan of the theatre, ballet, fabulous live music or just need a place to hold your own parties or events ‘The Coro’ has something for you!
The Coronation Hall is one of the major buildings in Ulverston, providing a vibrant hub for the local community . It also has the largest capacity of any hall in the South Cumbria area.
The Hall was built to commemorate the Coronation of King George V. The land was originally purchased in 1913 after fire destroyed the old County Hotel on the site, with work taking place on June 3rd 1914 to build the beautiful Coronation Hall
Over the years it’s become South Lakeland’s premier and largest arts and events venue, with literally hundreds of different events taking place throughout the year. From coffee mornings to business meetings, concerts to wedding receptions, The ‘Coro’ truly is the perfect all-purpose venue.
Not only can you take advantage of the many fantastic events that take place, you can hire space at The Coronation Hall to stage your own events or parties too.
The Main Hall seats up to 636 people, making it the perfect venue for theatre productions, wedding receptions and exhibitions.
The Supper Room holds up to 100 people, which makes it perfect for parties. If you need a slightly smaller space, then The Ante Room holds a maximum of 30.
The Coronation Hall is owned, operated and maintained by Ulverston community Enterprise (UCE), a not for profit organisation, who also oversee the running of the town’s indoor and outdoor markets.
Over recent years this impressive building, affectionately called “The Coro” has received substantial funding from South Lakeland District Council and the National Lottery, enabling extensive refurbishment of the hall’s interior, including the dressing rooms, and exterior to take place.
So whatever your tastes, you can be sure that there’ll be something taking place to keep you and the family entertained.
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