Kendal Town Hall
A short 2 minute walk from the Brewery Arts Centre.
The Town Hall is situated right in the centre of town, there is no car park attached to the Town Hall, the nearest pay and display car park is at Booths Supermarket.
There is a lift and disabled access is good. Bar, teas and coffees available.
Exit the Brewery and turn left onto Highgate, as you reach the traffic lights you will the Town Hall on the right hand side.
Kendal Town Hall Events
The Alpine Session aims to entertain, amaze and inspire with an exciting mix of people and films dedicated to that most testing of activities - alpine mountaineering. You know the drill; the tormented night’s sleep, the 2am start, the headtorch world, squeaky...
Mountaineering legend and icon Sir Chris Bonington examines his life and share tales of triumph and tragedy. A truly inspirational journey.
“Once upon a time, words began to vanish from the language of children. They disappeared so quietly that at first no one noticed - until one day, they were gone. But there is an old kind of magic for finding what is missing,...
The 2017 Adventure Activists Tour culminates with a special event at Kendal Mountain Festival!
Meet the fastest men on the mountains: steep skier Jérémie Heitz and Swiss speed climber Dani Arnold.
This is the first EXCLUSIVE event for Richard, after the publication of Wainwright Revealed. Join him in Kendal Town Hall, where Alfred Wainwright worked, as he shares a new insights into the man and reveals little-known aspects of his character. He will also...
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