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About Bilston Town Hall

Bilston Town Hall is an iconic Grade II Listed venue dating back to 1872, for over a century the Victorian building has been a statement of civic pride. After closing down in 1996, it was reopened in 2008 following a £2.5 million restoration and is now managed by Gazebo Theatre in Education Company as an independent venue. The town hall is the go-to venue for a variety of events and is ideally located between Wolverhampton and Walsall, sitting in the very heart of the market town of Bilston.

A Colourful History

A Colourful History

Built in 1872, Bilston Town Hall was designed by architects Bidlake and Lovatt. A free library and reading room were also added soon after and further extensions took place in 1882

Support Us

Support Us

Since 2008 groups such as Black Country Memories Club, Bilston in Bloom, Bilston Pentecostal Church, Wolverhampton Homes, Wolves Community Trust, Bilston Hindu Association...

Talent Match Central Hub

Talent Match Central Hub

Bilston Town Hall is the Talent Match Black Country Central Hub, This innovative new programme, funded through the Big Lottery Fund, offers personalised support to 18-24 years olds

Working Together

Working Together

Working Together aims to increase employability and employment of long term unemployed and economically inactive social housing tenants with support designed to address specific ba

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