St Columb's Hall


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Orchard Street, Derry~Londonderry, BT48 6EB

St Columb’s Hall has been an intrinsic piece of the cultural, architectural and historic fabric of Derry City since 1886.

Perched on the East Wall of the city’s historic Walls, it was originally built by the St Columb’s Hall Total Abstinence Society as part of the Temperance movement.

St Columb’s Hall has welcomed some of the world’s most iconic performers and notaries including Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst who campaigned for women’s right to vote in a keynote speech at St Columb’s Hall in 1910; Roy Orbison, Chubby Checker and Val Doonican who performed at the
Hall in the 1960’s and comedians including Jimmy Carr, Frank Carson and many more.

Now undergoing a modern renaissance, St Columb’s Hall is a multi-use entertainment and conference venue with a variety of spaces catering for 50-800 people.

Opening times

On request