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Newcastle City Hall, also known as O2 City Hall Newcastle, was opened in 1927 and has a capacity of over 2,000 guests. It has hosted various popular artists ranging from music to comedy acts. Notable acts have performed here such as The Byrds, Lindisfarne, Rammstein and Jacka. Motorhead also recorded most of their album in 1981 in the venue.

Throughout the years, the venue has become a home for rock bands, orchestras, comedy stands ups and civic functions. The venue is much loved in the area that in 2012 when the City Hall was threatened to close 13,000 people signed a petition against its closure. Due to being Newcastle’s first dedicated concert venue, an organ was built in the building to be used for orchestral concerts and recitals. It was labelled the Rolls Royce of organs.

Upcoming events in Newcastle City Hall include acts like Hozier, James Arthur, Susan Boyle, Jimmy Carr, Keane and much more.

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Maldron Hotel Newcastle

12 Minutes’ Walk

Maldron Hotel Newcastle is a newly built, 4-star hotel located right in the heart of Newcastle city centre, within walking distance to shops, restaurants and all main transport hubs. Due to its central location, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, air-conditioned rooms and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, our hotel is perfect for corporate stays, business meetings as well as leisurely or a girly weekend away. Guests also have the option to make use of our Grain & Grill bar and restaurant.

Easily accessible, Newcastle City Hall is just 0.6 miles or a 12 minutes’ walk from Maldron Hotel Newcastle. Alternatively, catch one of the frequent bus services including routes 1, 38, 6, 10, 10A, 10B, 45, 46, 47 or X30.

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