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Albert Hall

Llandrindod Wales


Reported Activity Dark shadows figures have been reported sitting in the rows of the theatre. Countless loud bangs from backstage! The smell of cigarette smoke, loud footsteps with the signs of military men out the corner of your eye! On our last visit, we had rem pod acitivity in the seats and dressing rooms. Interaction with equipment and with guests. A door shut on staff.

What will we discover here? 👻👻

History The Albert Hall was originally built as a church hall in 1896. It went on to become a Victorian period theatre in 1922. The theatre is the oldest venue in Mid-Wales and grade II listed. In 1905, the adjoining church was re built, and the Albert Halls basement was converted into a church schoolroom. In 1914, during the First World War, the Royal Army Medical Corps billeted 4,000 men in Llandrindod for training. They used the Hall for entertainment and social gathering. In 1922, the war ended, so the theatre reopened its doors and became a “silent”cinema and a new art deco foyer installed, which remains to this day.

Address The Albert Hall Ithon Road Llandrindod Wells LD1 6AS

We do not send papered tickets. You will receive a confirmation email at the time of booking. You will receive an email 24-48 hours before your hunt!

About the Night


Free hot drinks and refreshments

Use of paranormal equipment (k2, emf, spirit box, oujia boards, table tipping, and much more)

Free time.

Over 16's accompanied by an adult. Strictly no alcohol, drugs, or pregnant women.

Deposit non refundable or transferable. Final balance due 2 weeks before the event. Invoice will be sent if you wish to pay sooner please contact us. Final balance £12.

By booking, you agree to terms and conditions. Terms and conditions are available on the website.

•Although we research into the venues, we book and have reports of paranormal activity. We can not guarantee activity on the night.

Albert Hall - Llandrindod Wells 16/03/24

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