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Ceremonies at Leeds Town Hall

Leeds Town Hall is Yorkshire's premier ceremony venue.​ A Grade I listed building, it provides a magnificent setting for your ceremony.

Leeds Town Hall is a multi-purpose building and is a popular venue for conferences, concerts and other activities. Therefore we are unable to guarantee that ceremonies will have sole use of the building on the day of your ceremony. Whilst we will do our best to inform you in advance of your booking, there may be occasions where other events are introduced at short notice. This may result in large numbers of people being present in the Town Hall and to changes in accessing the building as well as the availability of building facilities. Some of the events which have been arranged recently include a Gin Festival, collectors events, music concerts, a Vegan Festival, sports events, a Wine Festival, a Christmas market and a Film Festival.​

Ceremonies are available at the Town Hall between 9:15am and 4pm Monday to Friday and up to 3:45pm on Saturdays. 


Ceremony rooms at the town hall

The Brodrick Suite is tastefully decorated with contemporary furnishings and can accommodate up to 40 guests. A comfortable interview lounge and stylish waiting area complete the suite.

The Albert Room is a grand and impressive room. It can accommodate larger parties of up to 100 guests.

Both rooms are equipped with CD music systems which can connect to an MP3 player, mobile phone or USB connection.

How much does it cost?

Current charges until 31 March 2016

As well as the costs of giving notice (£35 per person) you must pay the registrar to attend and perform the ceremony. The fee, as detailed below must be paid at least 12 weeks before the date of the ceremony and it includes one copy of your marriage/civil partnership certificate.


Brodrick Suite (seats up to 40)

Monday to Thursday: £130
Friday: £175
Saturday: £195


Albert Room (seats up to 100)

The Albert room is only available on Saturdays for £255.

The £50 wedding is the basic ceremony option. Your ceremony will take place in the Brodrick Suite.Only two guests are allowed that will act as your witnesses and no music or readings are available. This ceremony is only available on the last Monday of each month.

The fees are subject to change from 1st April 2016 and will be applied to all ceremonies taking place after this date, as detailed below.

Prices for ceremonies between 1st April 2016 - 31st March 2017


Brodrick Suite (seats up to 40)

Monday to Thursday: £135
Friday: £185
Saturday: £215
Albert Room (seats up to 100)

The Albert room is only available on Saturdays for £265.

The £50 wedding (seats only 2)

It is only available on the last Monday of each month for the fee of £50. The fees are subject to change as from 1st April 2017 and will be applied to all ceremonies taking place after this date.

Cancelling a ceremony

We only accept cancellations from one of the parties. Cancellations can be made by phone, letter or email: register.headoffice@leeds.gov.uk. We will confirm cancellations in writing to both parties.

Ceremonies cancelled within 28 days of the ceremony taking place will incur a cancellation fee equivalent to 50% of the ceremony fee. All refunds will be made by cheque. No refunds can be made where no notice of cancellation is received up to the time of the ceremony.

Provisional booking administration fees cannot be refunded. ​​​​​​

What is the cheapest way to get married?

The £50 wedding is the basic ceremony option. Your ceremony will take place in the Brodrick Suite. However, only two guests are allowed that will act as your witnesses. No music or readings are available. This ceremony is only available on the last Monday of each month.

So the total cost for the cheapest marriage/civil partnership will cost £120. This includes giving notice of marriage £35 each and the £50 wedding.​​​​

Access and parking information

Leeds Town Hall is on the Headrow, at its junction with Calverley Street. There is no parking, although there is a dropping-off area at the front of the Town Hall. There is disabled access into both ceremony rooms and waiting areas. On Saturdays you can also enter by the main doors at the front of the Town Hall.​​

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