Dudley Town Hall is an attractive venue, renown for its superb acoustic qualities. It provides a large, flexible space that is perfect for shows, concerts, dance, product launches, exhibitions and more. Possessing a wealth of history, this special hall has seen many famous faces pass through its doors.
Dudley Town Hall
St James's Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1HP.
Telephone: 01384 815577
9:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Thursday. 9:00am - 4.30pm Friday. Please note that the offices are closed at weekends and Bank Holidays.
The halls can be hired at variable opening hours to suit your event. Please see the event details for information of the dates and times that they are being held.
Catering and Food Hygiene: If you are interested in hiring a hall and catering forms a part of your hire requirements then you will need to follow our guidelines to ensure that food handling and preparation meet the necessary standards.
Leave the M5 at junction 2, then at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A4123. At Birchley Island roundabout take the 5th exit onto the A4123. At the Burnt Tree Island roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A461. At Castle Gate Island roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A459. Turn left into Tower Street. turn right into Priory Road then take the next left. Turn right into St James's Road and Dudley Town Hall is on your right.
There is a bus service from Dudley bus station.
The nearest train stations to the town hall are Dudley Port Rail Station, from which you will need to catch the number 22 bus into Dudley, or Sandwell & Dudley Rail station, from which you will need to catch the number 120 into Dudley Bus Station.
Public parking is available on surrounding streets and a nearby car park. There are 5 designated Blue Badge parking bays available on the street within 10 metres of the main entrance and alternative wheelchair accessible entrance. These cannot be reserved.
Alternative parking is available at Priory Street Car Park which is in excess of 50 metres, approximately 5/10 minutes walk, from the entrance of the building. Whilst this is a Pay and Display car park, parking is free for Blue Badge users. The surface of the car park is tarmac and loose gravel. There are no designated parking bays. Pedestrian crossings are available along the route, including dropped kerbs and tactile warning indicators.