History The Victorian Grade II-listed Music Hall in the heart of Kidderminster's conservation area, has played a central role in the area's social scene since opening in 1855. The walls boast speeches from the likes of Winston Churchill and Emmeline Pankhurst and great music from the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin! Facilities The Town Hall is licenced to host weddings in the following three rooms: The King Charles I Suite This notable suite features famous 17th century mouse furniture, a stunning painted glass window and 400 year old oak panelled walls. Ceremony capacity - 80 guests Wedding Breakfast capacity - 60 guests The Music Room This magnificent room full of elegance and charm boasts the 9th century Baroque-style William Hill Organ, high ceilings and a balcony. Pair it with the Corn Exchange room for a grand evening affair. Ceremony capacity - 400 guests Wedding Breakfast capacity - 250 guests Reception capacity - 700 guests The Victorian Court Room Originally used as a crown court and still hosting its original fixtures and fittings. Get married in this room for an alternative ceremony. Take some memorable photos with access to the dock, witness stand and judge's chair. Ceremony capacity - 60 guests Alternatively choose the striking Bewdley Museum set in a beautiful riverside Georgian town. Get married in the impressive Guildhall or host an outdoor ceremony in the museum's charismatic Shambles and Sawyard. The Jubilee gardens are also the perfect setting for your wedding photos.