Your Visit

Welcome to Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall

The safety of our audience and staff is our priority. As a courtesy to each other we ask everyone to wear a face cover inside Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall, except those who are exempt

Should you forget to bring a face mask, please ask a member of our team when entering the hall and you will be provided with one.

To ensure an enjoyable visit for everyone, please respect other people’s personal space when moving around inside the hall.

We continue to have a strict cleaning regime and fresh air circulation before and after every performance. In addition, several hand sanitising stations can be found inside the hall.

If you experience any Covid-19 symptoms, please do not attend an event at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall. If you are unable to attend a performance for which you have purchased tickets, you will be offered a full refund. Please make sure that your email address and phone number we have for you is correct when booking so we can contact you.

If you have any questions about your visit to Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall please email us at:

Support Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall by purchasing our book from the online store.
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    A Room Worthy of the Town

    At the beginning of 1887, the people of every town and village across the country were putting their heads together to decide how best to commemorate the joyful occasion of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Aldeburgh was no exception and Amanda Davies' book, A Room Worthy of the Town, chronicles Jubilee Hall's story over the last 130 years. Enjoy a unique step back in time as you read about the grand opening, the influence WWI had on the events held at Jubilee Hall, and how a young composer named Benjamin Britten moving to Aldeburgh in 1947 resulted in the town being never quite the same again!