De Montfort Hall is a major concert hall located in Leicester City Centre and set in its own grounds. The hall was opened in 1913.
By CarDe Montfort Hall is situated at the top of Regent Road on the edge of Victoria Park. Located just one mile south of Leicester\'s city centre, the Hall is well signposted on the inner ring road. If using the M1 come off at Junction 21 and follow the signs for the outer ring road A563 (Leicester South and East), turning left along the A50 or A6.
Parking De Montfort Hall has its own secure car park off University Road with a pedestrian walkway connecting the car park to the main centrance of the Hall. Spaces can be booked through the Box Office on 0116 233 3111 at a cost of £3 per car in advance or £5 on the door, spaces permitting. Bookings can be taken by the Box Office up to 90 minutes before the start of a show and on the gate from 60 minutes beforehand - spaces permitting). This well-lit car park is manned by a member of the De Montfort Hall security staff.
Please note this car park is available for evening and weekend performances only. For weekday matinee shows the closest available parking is in one of the two Victoria Park pay and display car parks, off Granville Road.
Blue badge holders can park in the grounds of the hall by booking one of the 20 spaces in advance - simply call the Box Office on 0116 233 3111 with your vehicle registration number.
By BusDe Montfort Hall can be easily reached by a number of bus routes close to the venue. For up to date details or to find your best route call Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit www.traveline.org.uk.
By Train Leicester train station is only a 15 minute walk from De Montfort Hall. East Midlands Trains provide regular services from London at just over an hour and routes to major cities across the UK such as Derby, Nottingham, Lincoln, Sheffield, and Leeds. Further services are provided by CrossCounty to destinations such as Birmingham, Cambridge, and Stansted Airport.
For National Rail enquiries call 08457 48 49 50 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Disabled patrons can purchase two tickets for the price of one on selected shows as indicated on the website and in the brochure if they are in receipt of one of the following:
1. Middle or Higher Care Component of the Disability Living Allowance / Standard or Enhanced Daily Living Component of the Personal Independence Payment.
2. Higher Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance / Enhanced Mobility Component of the Personal Independence Payment.
3. Certificate of Visual Impairment
4. Letter from their hospital of doctor confirming that they are disabled (this must be the original letter and not a photocopy)
5. Attendance Allowance (Disability Living Allowance for patrons over 65)
Patrons need to supply the Box Office with proof of status (financial information can be removed) to register for the scheme. Once logged they will be able to purchase two tickets for the price of one for 18 months before having to supply proof again.