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Newry Town Hall

Bank Parade, Newry, BT34 1DQ
Picture of Newry Town Hall with a reflection of the hall in the Clanrye River infront.

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About Newry Town Hall

Newry Town Hall hosts theatre performances, education programmes, local amateur groups, family events, Registration, weddings to awards ceremonies for the Newry area. 

History of Newry Town Hall

Newry Town Hall was designed in a classical style by William Batt and was opened in 1893. This was one of the last works of the old Newry Town Commissioners, whose crest dated 1851 is still on the bridge opposite the entrance of the Town Hall. The Town Hall in Newry, has a rich architectural heritage, and is a focal point in the area.  There is reputed rivalry between Counties Armagh and Down over its location and this led to Newry Town Hall being built on a bridge astride to the Clanrye River, the county boundary.

Late in 2017 Newry Town Hall which is a Grade B1 listed building, underwent extensive refurbishment and offers a comfortable state of the art venue which hosts major events, conferences and performances.   

On the bridge adjacent to Newry Town Hall is a Russian Trophy, a 19th cannon captured during the Crimean War, and given to recognise men from Newry who fought in war.

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* Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm (appointments are necessary for Registry office) All events are now ticketed.
Evenings and Weekends open for bookings only.

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