The Oxford Town Hall was built in 1931 and is a significant presence in the centre of Oxford.
The main auditorium features a stage and ground floor area, as well as a sizeable mezzanine floor with tiered seating. A separate meeting room (the A&P Room) is serviced by a spacious kitchen. This area of the building can also be booked separately for smaller functions. It caters for up to 100 people. The main auditorium can accommodate up to 230, with a further 70 seats in the mezzanine floor.
In addition to movie showings and a craft market, the hall regularly plays host to local community groups, service organisations and schools. Casual hire is available for a range of functions or events.
Off-street parking is available alongside the hall.
The Oxford Town Hall was closed during 2014 for earthquake strengthening and demolition/rebuild of the A&P Room and kitchen/storeroom area. The upgraded facility was re-opened on Thursday 19 February 2015.