Spotlight on History: The changing use of St Albans Town Hall
Wednesday 14th February 2018From its construction in 1831, St Albans Town Hall was designed as a civic building for the benefit of the public. Within its walls, local magistrates presided over trials and the mayor and councillors governed the district, while dances and lectures took place in the Assembly Room upstairs. This year, in the next stage of the building’s history, we open a new museum. Find out more about this fascinating building and see the latest behind-the-scenes photos of the fit out of the museum.
Wednesday 14th February, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
£5.00 (or £15.00 for all four Spotlight on History talks).
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