King's Hall

Local nameKing's Hall
LocationCanterbury, United Kingdom

The King's Hall is a theatre, concert hall and dance hall at Herne Bay, Kent, England. It was built as The Pavilion in 1903–1904, developed as the King Edward VII Memorial Hall in 1913 in memory of the late king, and was being called The King's Hall by 1912 while still at planning stage. Both building phases were designed by the local Council surveyor F.W.J. Palmer, CE. The year 2013 was the centenary of the completion of the second and final phase of this building and its grand opening by Princess Beatrice on 10 July 1913.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King's_Hall,_Herne_Bay

Address Beacon Hill, CT6 6BA, Herne Bay

Coordinates 51°22'21.112" N 1°8'12.238" E

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