Cadogan Hall is a 900-seat venue which is two minutes walk from Sloane Square tube station in the heart of Chelsea, hosting over 300 concerts and events per year. Cadogan Hall first opened in 1907 as a church, but with fewer attendees staying involved in religious practices over the years, the property was sold.
The turn of the millennium saw a new life for Cadogan Hall, as Cadogan Estate purchased the venue. In its early years, Cadogan Hall was used by the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra to rehearse and perform. Now Cadogan Hall is home to musical theatre concerts, as well as gigs and touring productions. Despite the scale of Cadogan Hall's auditorium, steeply raked stalls and a low gallery leave audience members feeling as if they're part of the show.
Location: Fringe/Off West End Bus numbers: 11, 19, 22, 137, 211, 319, 360 and C1. Car park: Limited number of bays are available on Sloane Terrace, Wilbraham Place and Sedding Street after 6.30pm. Directions from tube: Upon exiting Sloane Square Station, turn immediately right, passing the Royal Court Theatre. (You will see Cadogan Hall’s tower immediately before you). Cross over Cliveden Place and walk up Sedding Street to the Hall.