St Columb’s Hall
St Columb’s Hall is a spectacular theatre in the heart of Derry which is now undergoing a reawakening, with a major project underway to bring it back into use.
Built in 1886 by the people and it is currently having a comeback. Located on the East Wall of the city’s historic Walls, the Hall is a Grade A Listed Building and was originally built by the St Columb’s Hall Total Abstinence Society as part of the Temperance movement.
Over the years, the Hall has been a refuge for the local community, creative thinkers and cultural organisations and this rich history is the subject of a new publication by Foyle Civic Trust (funded by the Department for Communities).
Written and researched by Peter Tracey, the History of the Hall explores over a century of culture, heritage and examines the unique architecture of this Grade A listed building.
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