With its' relatively small size, The Picturedrome is the ideal place to enjoy live musical entertainment due to the close proximity to the artists. With a venue capacity of around 650, you can see why music-lovers flock here.
The Picturedrome is full of history, and it shows. It has a built in stage, a sizeable dance floor and a state-of-the-art sound system. The stage is well lit with spot lights creating a perfect atmosphere.
The Picturedrome is equipped with two bars within the main venue (one on each floor), plus The Box Office Bar at the back of the building - The perfect place to meet friends before or after your gig!
- Children are welcome at the Picturedrome, but must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- For most concerts, doors open at 19:30 unless otherwise stated.
- Entry for gigs is at the back of the building next to the Box Office Bar.
- All tickets are 'General Admission/Standing', which is because we have no fixed seating at the venue. However, there are approximately 100 (unfixed) seats around the venue, so if you require a seat during a performance please arrive as early as possible.
We have good disabled access and facilities - If you require accessible tickets, or for any further information, please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our very best to answer any queries you may have as quickly as possible.
"We hit Holmfirth for the Fan Convention, as my band call it. What a place that is. Funky old cinema with an air of juvenile disdain which seems to raise audiences to levels of relaxed fun they seldom enjoy these days.
I like playing there as much as they like paying to see us there. I always tell Peter the owner, anytime mate.
Packed and rocking from the start. Relentless in its waves of unity. Waves that rush the stage. An audience like that will always raise the game of the performers. "
From Steve Harley (& Cockney Rebel)
Holmfirth centre map
We recommend you use the COOP Car Park on Huddersfield Road.
Turn right from Victoria Street on to Huddersfield Road and the car park is your next right.
There is also a smaller Car Park opposite the venue (Bus Station on Map above), but gets full very quickly.
How to get to Holmfirth
From the northwest: Leave the M62 at J23 Huddersfield. Follow signs 3 miles into Huddersfield and turn right onto the Ring Road. Leave the ring road at a major junction after 2 sets of lights, following signs for Holmfirth and Sheffield. A616. A quarter mile after leaving the ring road turn left after the first traffic lights, signs for Holmfirth and Holme Valley. Continue another 5 miles through Honley to Holmfirth.
From the northeast Travel south on the M1 past Leeds to J39 Denby Dale. Leave the motorway and turn right at the roundabout, A636 Denby Dale.Go strasight across a difficult junction with the A635 at the Sovereign pub on the left, through New Mill to Holmfirth.
From the south and southeast: Leave the M1 motorway at junction 35a, A 616, signed for Manchester. Carry on this road past Stocksbridge, Langsett and across the A628. 1.5 miles after the A628 roundabout, turn left onto the B6106, which brings you into Holmfirth after about 4 miles.