Christchurch Town Hall

22 February 2019

Christchurch Town Hall

22 February 2019

Christchurch Town Hall the night before opening for the public weekend.
The Town Hall reopened on the 23 February 2019 after repairs resulting from the February 2011 earthquake.
The first public access to the repaired complex was on Saturday 23 February and Sunday 24 February 2019 at which time the Douglas Lilburn Auditorium, the Avon Room, formerly the Boaters Restaurant, and the Limes Room were completed. The James Hay Theatre is scheduled to reopen in April, the CSO's new headquarters will be complete in May and the whole complex will be restored by August.

Creator: Sarelle

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

Contributor: Sarelle

Reference ID: CCL-DW-71651

Uploaded by: Sarelle

Copyright status: In copyright

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License Creative Commons License

This material has been provided for private study purposes (such as school projects, family and local history research) and any published reproduction (print or electronic) may infringe copyright law. Please contact Christchurch City Libraries if you have any questions relating to the use of this material or wish to order a hi resolution copy for commercial purposes. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain clearance from the copyright holder.


Add a comment
Thank you. Your comment has been saved and queued for moderation.

Report this entry

Please enter your details and we'll contact you for more information.

Thank you for your report

More from the same area

Armagh Street towards Victoria Square


Photographs taken at random during business hours of some of our ...

T. Armstrong & Co's Christmas float outside their store


T. Armstrong & Co's Christmas float outside their store

A Christmas parade passes along Colombo Street, Christchurch


A Christmas parade passes along Colombo Street, Christchurch

Members of the historic convention called by the CWI

13 April 1896

This convention resulted in the formation of the National ...

Armagh Street, bridge, September 2009,Lost Christchurch

26 September 2009

Shows Armagh Street buildings - Forsyth Barr building (centre ...

The Great Beynon


The Great Beynon. My uncle Edgar Beynon who performed on Hay's ...

Johnson's wonderful grocer's shop


Johnson's wonderful grocer's shop in Colombo St where you could ...

Intersection of Gloucester & New Regent Streets -

20 January 2007

Intersection of Gloucester & New Regent Streets

On Hay's Roof


My parents Olive and Walter Scott at Hays roof with my sister ...

Victoria Square by Night

18 August 1959

Victoria Square by night, with statue of Queen Victoria. Looking ...

Outfitting the studio, New Regent Street


We were in New Regent Street recently, and with the reopening of ...

Fletcher Humphreys Staff Photo

Circa 1975

Fletcher Humphreys staff. My relative Freda Kite centre front ...

Midwifery Trainees at Christchurch Women's Hospital


Don't know much about this other than what my mother, Eve ...

Rose Historic Chapel

The historic Chapel at 866 Colombo Street, formerly known as the ...

Christchurch Town Hall Fountain at night, August 2007

17 August 2007

Christchurch Town Hall Fountain at night, August 2007

Shops in Manchester Street


By the corner of Manchester Street and Oxford Terrace opposite ...

Advertisement for Miss Sparkes bridal fashions


Advertisement from the New Zealand Free Lance periodical. The ...

Floral Clock, Victoria Square


Floral Clock, Victoria Square

North East Christchurch Energy Group Protest


In '79 the National Government introduced a 60 percent increase ...

Looking north-east towards the Market Place

Circa 1858

Market Place is now known as Victoria Square. View is from the ...

Durham Street Methodist Church

20 April 1972

Exterior of Durham Street Methodist Church viewed from across ...

Search/Browse the collection