Victoria Hall occupies an important position in the very heart of the city. A few dozen yards across Norfolk Street from our main doors is Tudor Square, home to the Crucible, Lyceum and Library theatres as well as the Central Library and Graves Art Gallery. At the other end of Chapel Walk, Fargate meets High Street, with Sheffield Cathedral and the legal district just the other side of the tram tracks. Today, our many rooms serve as headquarters to a range of charitable organisations, with others offering office space or meeting rooms for hire. The Main Hall is variously used as a venue for concerts, conferences and events as well as a place of worship for the Methodist congregation and others.
The Foundry Sheffield is the name of the charity set up in 2016 to manage the building called The Victoria Hall Sheffield. This is the name the building is best known by, and so for latest news and information find us on our new website www.victoriahallsheffield.org or on our facebook page Victoria Hall Sheffield Events and Conferences.
If your enquiry is for the Victoria Hall Methodist Church services and gatherings rather than event or room bookings, then please contact Rev Jonathan Haigh via the website https://www.victoriahallmethodistchurch.org/