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Middlesbrough Town Hall
Albert Road


By car

Middlesbrough Town Hall is in the centre of Middlesbrough, and is easy to find. To plan a journey from anywhere in the country, visit Connect Tees Valley.

Find out more about parking close to the Town Hall.

By Bus

You can reach Middlesbrough by bus from towns and cities across the Tees Valley and the north east. To plan a journey by bus, visit Connect Tees Valley.

Middlesbrough Town Hall is a five minute walk from the bus station, and the bus station is also served by a taxi rank directly outside via the entrance/exit onto Newport Road.

By Rail

You can reach Middlesbrough by rail from towns and cities across the north east and the Tees Valley. To plan a journey by rail, visit Connect Tees Valley.

Middlesbrough Town Hall is a ten minute walk from the rail station, and the rail station is also served by a taxi rank directly outside via the accessible entrance/exit onto Bridge Street West.


If you are driving to Middlesbrough Town Hall there are lots of car parks available within a short distance of the venue.


Council Car Parks

All council car parks are free after 6pm. Those close to the Town Hall include mima, on-street at Corporation Road, on-street at Albert Road, on-street at Baker and Bedford Streets, France Street (white bays), Buxton Street, and Gurney Street. See more about parking in Middlesbrough town centre.

Cleveland Centre

Visitors to the Town Hall during the evening can park at the nearby Cleveland Centre car park for just £1.50 between 6pm and midnight. Parking all day on a Sunday is just £1.20 for a full day.

Disabled (Blue Badge) parking

Blue Badge holders can park free of charge in any bay in Council operated car parks (apart from the designated electric vehicle-only bays in Zetland and Captain Cook Square multi-storey car parks).

Legislation also allows Blue Badge holders to park free of charge and without time limit in any on-street pay and display or limited waiting parking bays. This is clearly stated in the guidance issued to all blue badge holders when they receive or renew their badges.


From today (Friday 10 December 2021), masks will be mandatory at all times inside Middlesbrough Town Hall, including when seated, unless exempt.

People do not need to show proof of exemption.

Masks can be removed for the consumption of food and drinks, but people should replace them immediately afterwards.

From  Wednesday 15 December 2021, people attending shows with standing tickets will also need to show one of the following:

  • NHS Covid Pass
  • A negative Lateral flow or PCR test result text or email (dated within 24 hours of event date). The result must be reported to the NHS online: Report a COVID-19 rapid lateral flow test result – GOV.UK ( or by calling 119.
  • Proof of natural immunity based on a positive PCR test within 180 days of arrival at the venue (and after the self-isolation period following the result).