Chance to own a piece of history as Music Hall memorabilia goes on sale

Chance to own a piece of history as Music Hall memorabilia goes on sale

The multi-million Music Hall transformation begins this spring, and there will be some big changes underway at the venue.  

The decommissioning of the building is about to begin, and Aberdeen Performing Arts is inviting you to come along and pick up your own piece of Music Hall history.

Drop in to the venue on Union Street on Saturday 9 & SUnday 10 April to browse everything from chairs and tables to dressing room furniture. From the everyday to the wonderful, everything must go, from filing cabinets to catering equipment and all things between. Thrift sale fans can even get their hands on memorabilia from past shows and events.

The sale will be held in the main hall on Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 5pm. Why not drop in and see what you can pick up?

While the Music Hall is being transformed, look out for the Stepping Out programme, with concerts and events in APA venues His Majesty’s Theatre and The Lemon Tree, and partner venues across the city.

The Music Hall is expected to be closed for 20 months while work takes place. A new performance studio and new creative learning space will be incorporated, and the box office and reception will be brought into the heart of the building to create a warm welcome. Access issues will be resolved by adding a ramped entrance to the main doors from Union Street, as well as improved access to the balcony.

The box office at the Music Hall is now closed, and has been replaced by the box office at The Lemon Tree, West North Street. Tickets are still available online at, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at His Majesty's Theatre.

To donate to the Music Hall Transformation, visit and click on “Music Hall Transformation: Donate Now”.

Posted on Wednesday 23 March

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