First opening in July 1913, The King’s Hall is an architectural gem that manages to captivate visitors with its original Edwardian features and idyllic seafront views. It was formally known as the East Cliff Pavilion and the venue was officially opened by Princess Henry of Battenberg; the youngest daughter of Queen Victoria, who named the new concert hall the King Edward VII Memorial Hall after her late brother. The name was later shortened to The King’s Hall and the building has been the centre of much of the town’s social life for over a century. In more recent years, the venue has been host to a wide range of entertainment, including live music, comedy, festival events and much more.

Varies depending on shows.
Booking fees apply.

For those with mobility issues and help is required please call them in advance to reserve a seat and help with accessing the hall. They have four disabled parking spaces on a first come first served basis. Disabled guests can be dropped off outside of the hall.

Herne Bay Station - just over 1 mile.

There is a number of disabled parking spaces for customers and parking for scooters, available on a first-come first-served basis. Cannot be reserved in advance.

Advisory Notes
Unless it’s a family show, you must be 14 or over to attend our events, and anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Cafe • Toilet • Baby Changing Facilities

Picture Credit: © The King's Hall.

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