SELBY TOWN HALL
York Street, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 4AJ | Venue Cap. 140 | Website
Selby Town Hall is a uniquely intimate performing arts centre based in a 150 year old former Primitive Methodist chapel. It sits at the west end of the high street and, with an ever increasing and fiercely loyal fan base, acts as a cultural hub in this historic North Yorkshire market town.
The venue opened as an arts centre in 2003, and has developed a strong reputation as a receiving house which programmes high quality national and international touring artists from the worlds of folk, comedy, blues, theatre, pop, rock and Americana.
The venue is fully seated with a maximum capacity of 150 and regularly hosts acts more used to performing in spaces five, ten or even, on occasion, 100 times its size. Headliners in the last few years have included Alan Carr, Midge Ure, John Cooper Clarke, Moya Brennan, Jon Richardson, T’Pau, Lloyd Cole, Lindisfarne, Rob Beckett and James Acaster.