The Southampton Guildhall (Southampton) Reviews
Description:Civic Centre, Southampton.
Newest Review: ... varies depending on the event, but there is permanent seating on the balcony which overlooks the arena but they are quite far back and wouldn't want to even try them out for a show. Either side of the arena both sides have a bar which sells alcoholic and soft drinks as well as snacks, but they are very pricey (Double Southern Comfort and lemonade was £6.20!!!), so I wouldn't recommend buying ... more
Customer The Southampton Guildhall (Southampton) Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/03/11 (Very useful, 199 readings)
I've been to see artists such as Bowling for Soup and Sum 41 at Southampton Guildhall within the last few months. It's not a bad venue at all. This review is based on going to see live music acts. It books several well known acts, mainly comedians and musicians and is well equipped for either. The seating/standing area is huge, a very open area. Capacity varies depending on the event, but there is permanent seating on the balcony which overlooks the arena but they are quite far back and wouldn't want to even try them out for a show. Either side of the arena both sides have a bar which sells alcoholic and soft drinks as well as snacks, but they are very pricey ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/09, updated on 24/01/09 (Useful, 148 readings)
I am a Southampton girl born and bred and have been to the Southampton Guildhall for many concerts, plays, exhibits and i was even in a christmas carol concert when i was 6 there. It is described on its website as the South's largest multi-purpose entertainment venue. Well i don't know if that is true or not but it certainly isn't the most classiest. The guildhall is based right in the centre of Southampton next to the civic offices. It is roughly a 5-10 minute walk from the central train station. It has a capacity of 1749 and hosts a number of relatively famous artists every year. But no one ever big really plays there because it is not really up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/08 (Very useful, 135 readings)
This is the South's largest multipurpose entertainment venue. The capacity of it is 1749. It was refurbished in 1989 bringing is up to todays entertainment needs. I have been to the Southampton Guildhall a few times to see bands. I prefer hard rock and metal and not many bands that I like tend to visit Southampton so when one does I make sure I go. As well as bands visiting they sometimes use the venue for fairs and exhibitions. It is fairly easy to find and is around 5-10 minute walk from Southampton Central station. When I get there the queue is long but seems to go down quickly. Inside the doors they sell the official merchandise and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/00, updated on 03/05/05 (Very useful, 263 readings)
...because that is what you will be dancing around all night! Southampton Guildhall - venue for many, many gigs in the South ranging from the likes of Stereophonics and Placebo to ABBA Gold a tribute to ABBA and BBC Music Live Festival. I won't complain too much because if the Guildhall wasn't there then I would have to travel further afield to see the bands BUT, and that is big BUT, why oh why is Southampton Guildhall used for gigs when it must have the worst acoustics in Britain! The carpet and high ceiling do not help matters one little bit. Decent bands can be made to sound appalling by these factors. Onto the good points! ... Read the complete review
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