YOU, the people of Beverley, Woodmansey, Molescroft, Walkington, Tickton and the surrounding East Yorkshire area are the primary USERS of this Memorial Hall. The Hall’s income is the hire charge or entrance fees that you pay, either directly by holding your meetings, wedding, birthday party & other celebration here or by attending activities as varied as a beer festival, civic event, wrestling or by your use of the hall through the many regular user groups.

The revenue from YOUR participation is crucial to the survival of the Beverley Memorial Hall.


Beverley Leisure Group, set up specifically to support the Hall, organises tea dances, indoor bowling, line dancing, tai chi, art group, bridge sessions and coffee mornings in the hall itself, plus external activities.

Beverley Community Church, worship here on Sunday mornings & do much much more.

Beverley U3A (university of the third age) hold their monthly meeting here, every third Thursday of the month (except August), plus a Christmas Party.

Beverley Theatre Company, first performed at the Memorial Hall in 1983 with the play ‘The Anniversary’ by Bill Macillwraith and has over 200 productions to it’s name.

Beverley Musical Theatre, formally the “Beverley Operatic Society” first performed at the Memorial Hall in 1959 with their production of The Merry Widow, they currently perform a pantomime each Christmas and at least one other production during the year.

Vista Arts, present a series of themed lectures on Art, usually each second Tuesday of the month for part of the year.

Beverley Lions host two concerts plus a Charity meal each year.