This multi-purpose venue was opened in 1973 by the HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, after whom it's named. Originally planned as a civic building, it underwent a major rebuild between 1989 and 1990 to make it fit for purpose as a performance venue. Further improvements have been carried out since 2000. Today it hosts major touring theatre, comedy, music and dance acts, and its function rooms can be hired for conferences, parties and weddings.
Aldershot station is just over half a mile away and the Hall is served by the 1, 4, 5, 17, 18, 19 and 422 buses.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1973
Events at this venue
There are 21 events at this location
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Big & Brassy
A collection of brass bands from the local area perform a mixed programme in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care.
The Elvis Years
See the world champion Elvis impersonator, Mario Kombou, in action singing over 40 of the King's hits from a period spanning over two decades.
Fso June Concert - 2016/17 Season
Guest Conductor: Holly Mathieson Soloist: Nicholas Bootiman (Viola) Bray: Black Rainbow Walton: Viola Concerto Elgar: Enigma Variations The final concert of the season opens with an exciting work by up-and-coming composer, Charlotte Bray. Commissioned by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and premiered in…
- Directed by: Drew McOnie
Ravara Productions staging of Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman's exuberant Broadway musical based on John Waters' wonderfully tacky 1988 film of the same name that chronicles the efforts of overweight but spunky teenager Tracy Turnblad to become Miss Hairspray 1962.
Tue 28 Mar
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Thu 30 Mar
The Johnny Cash Roadshow
Cash tribute from singer-songwriter Clive John.
Lee Nelson: Serious Joker
Serial sneaker-into-places-he-shouldn't-be, Lee Nelson, returns with a new standup show.
Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted
Lee Nelson, the creation of comedian Simon Brodkin, is the chavvy catch-phrase monger whose Well Good Show has become a BBC3 hit. Now the South London geeza takes his banter to the live stage where it all works best. Brodkin has appeared as Nelson in a host of TV programmes including Al Murray's sketch show Al Murray's…
Mayor's Charity Concert
The Rushmoor Oddfellows Male Voice Choir perform in aid of the Mayor of Rushmoor's Charities.
Milton Jones is Out There
Absurd one-liners from telly regular Jones.
Neil Sands' Music & Memories
A nostalgia show with a West End cast that features a wide range of songs from 1940s through to the 1970s.
Paul Chowdhry: Live Innit
The Lafta funniest stand-up award winner of 2013 tackles more observational stuff in his latest show.
Paul Chowdhry: PC's World
The Lafta funniest stand-up award winner of 2013 tackles the human psyche's borderline tendencies.
Rich Hall: 3:10 to Humour
The latest musings from the deadpan grouch, star of ridiculous amount of stuff on the tellybox and a favourite at the Fringe each year.
The former prisoner officer turned songstress who won the 2013 X Factor takes her debut album The Power Of Love on the road.
The auctioneering star of the hit TV show, Storage Hunters, return to his stand-up roots.
The Searchers have survived multiple line-up changes as well as a schism of People's Front of Judea-style bitterness, the echoes of which twang across the internet to this day. Longest-lasting original member John McNally leads the band that gave us 'Needles and Pins' and 'Sweets for my Sweet', with Frank Allen, Spencer…
Doo wop nostalgia merchants, big in the 70s, with thinning quiffs these days, tour in celebration of their 40th year together.
Snap Disco (Ages 11-16)
A supervised disco for young people, with live performances from up-and-coming bands, the local DJ Leory playing tunes and lots of fun activities.
That'll Be the Day
Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
A show capturing the vocal style and visual spectacle of David Bowie's performances throughout the different stages of his career.
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
- Directed by: Peter Glanville
- Written by: Barb Jungr (music)
Michael Rosen's award-winning book is brought to the stage for ages 3+.