|Location||Oxford Street, London|
The Regent Hall is a Salvation Army centre on London's Oxford Street. It is one of the oldest centres in London  having been founded by the founder of the army, William Booth in 1882. The church is known as the "Rink", because it was formerly a skating rink.
The present officers are Majors Richard and Caroline Mingay, who succeeded Major Dawn and Major Graham Mizon. in 2017.
William Booth bought the building on Oxford Street in 1882. Since then, 'The Rink' has had many major internal improvements. Most recently in the summers of 2015 - 2017.
The main auditorium seats approx 550, with a stage area that could accommodate an orchestra of around 50-60.
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