Site Name: Music Hall, Liverpool
Location Type: Town - in town at determined location
Address: Bold Street, at the corner of Bold and Concert Street. For a current map, Click Here.
Performance Space Description: Information about this venue has not yet been compiled; however, some sense of the performance space may be gleaned by following the links at right. In particular:
See the 'Bibliographic Sources' link for a provisional list of venue-relevant resources (both primary and secondary). Wherever possible (i.e. when the pertinent text is relatively short and/or easily condensed) this material has been transcribed, and appears beneath the appropriate bibliographic citation.
See the 'Events at venue' link for a listing of blackface/minstrelsy-related events that took place in this performance space (with attached bibliographic references).
Broadbent, R.J. Annals of the Liverpool Stage. Liverpool: Edward Howell, 1908.
”The Music Hall, a plain brick edifice, stood in Bold
Street at the corner of Concert Street. The hall, which was
built in 1786 by Mr. Wilson on land purchased from Mr.
Jonas Bold for 120, was opened in June of that year. It
witnessed the triumphs of the greatest musical celebrities
of the day Braham, Salmon, Catalani, Pasta, and others ;
but it ultimately declined in popularity, and became converted
to the prosaic purposes of trade.”
Old Liverpool Theatres Website. 03/14/2008 (http://www.old-liverpool.co.uk/theatres.html)
Gives address as "Bold Street", and provides links to newspaper articles outlining events at the venue.