Leeds Town Hall in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England was designed by Cuthbert Brodrick and built in 1858. The building is often used as a visual metaphor for local government in the media.The building has managed to accommodate changing uses over time in its ancillary rooms.
Courtrooms, Council and Mayoral chambers, and a Bridewell have given way to general office accommodation. But the Victoria Hall continues to be used for concerts and public meetings. Plans are now in hand for alterations internally to improve its use for musical events