|Address||Princes Way, Aldershot|
|Owned by||Rushmoor Borough Council|
|Years active||1973 - present|
The Princes Hall in Aldershot, England is a 600-seat theatre / receiving house which presents a varied programme of music, ballet, comedy and pantomime The Princes Hall is currently also the only venue in Aldershot to show films.
An additional 3 function rooms named the Princes Suite, the Edinburgh Suite and the Tichbourne Suite (after the prominent Aldershot family) are available for hire for conference, parties and weddings. The Theatre is owned and managed by Rushmoor Borough Council
The Princes Hall was awarded the Devereux Cup in 2008 for its contribution to the arts 
The Princes Hall website www.princeshall.com won Best Recreation or Tourism Website at the 2008 Hantsweb Awards 
The Princes Hall hosts an annual pantomime for 3 weeks every December. The show has been produced and directed by Hopkins Associates for the past 15 years and is written by James Barry. Since 2005 the Princes Hall have produced many well-known and well attended fairy tales to great acclaim. 2005 - Sleeping Beauty, 2006 - Beauty and the Beast, 2007 - The Wizard of Oz, 2008 - Peter Pan, 2009 - Snow White, 2010 - Cinderella
From 2006 to 2008 the Princes Hall hosted a professional ice show in the main auditorium during the summer. Over 14 tonnes of crushed ice were used to create the ice rink on the main stage, on which over 30 Russian ice skaters and acrobats from Wild Rose  perform spectacular shows. 2006 - Snow White ON ICE, 2007 - Peter Pan ON ICE, 2008 - Beauty & The Beast ON ICE.
Aldershot Visitor Information Centre
From Monday 15 February 2010 the Princes Hall is also the location of the Aldershot Visitor Information Centre. Services available include help on things to do and see locally, books, maps and guides, local accommodation, events and information as well as train and bus time tables.
- Official Princes Hall Website
- Arthur Lloyd
- Aldershot Visitor Information Centre
- Rushmoor Borough Council
- http://www.aldershot.co.uk/news/2000/2000766/cinema_drought_could_soon_be_over[dead link]
- http://www.rushmoor.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=8058[dead link]
- http://www3.hants.gov.uk/hantswebawards08/its-hantswebawards-winners08.htm[dead link]
- http://www.aldershot.co.uk/news/2005/2005997/a_great_pantomime_oh_yes_it_is[dead link]
- Princes Hall::History
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