Located in the heart of Liverpool’s buzzing Georgian Quarter, the Grade II* listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is one of Europe’s finest Art Deco buildings and home of the internationally renowned Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The Hall has recently undergone a major £14.5M refurbishment which has restored the glamour and drama of the building, making it a truly impressive wedding venue.
We are fully licensed to hold your civil ceremony or partnership in a number of spaces.
The stylish Grand Foyer etched with grand windows looking out over Hope Street with a dramatic central bar of solid oak will provide a sophisticated setting for your special day, seating up to 160 guests. “A touch of ocean liner glamour that kicks off the procession to the auditorium in style” according to Architects Journal, who reviewed the building in 2015.
Named after the year of the founding of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the intimate setting of the 1840 Room has views across the city from our top-floor, making it a very special space, perfect for a wedding ceremony for up to 75 guests.
Our newest space the Music Room, opened in 2015. It’s a double-height room with two giant doors in the corner of the room which can be left open with views into the bar space if desired. The wrap-around windows of the bar area are reminiscent of Edward Hopper’s iconic Nighthawks painting. Located on the ground floor, it is a versatile, contemporary space with fantastic acoustics, access to a Steinway Grand Piano and an exceptionally good sound system!
Liverpool Philharmonic’s events team is on hand every step of the way, dedicated to making sure that your wedding is a truly special.
This unique heritage venue provides the ultimate luxurious setting for you and your guests.
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