What is Dunoon Burgh Hall?
Dunoon Burgh Hall is open to all as an art, creative and cultural hub for Cowal, on the West Coast of Scotland.
What’s on at Dunoon Burgh Hall?
The historic B listed Dunoon Burgh Hall is now a fully accessible venue for exhibitions, performances and gatherings. Alongside a gallery and theatre, the venue offers creative workshop space, a garden and a cafe.
Why do we have the Dunoon Burgh Hall
The restoration of Dunoon Burgh Hall is an inspiring story of a small Scottish community coming together to preserve its rich cultural heritage. The building was rescued from demolition by the community, who worked with the John McAslan Family Trust to purchase it from Fyne Homes housing association in 2008 for a token £1.
Support the Hall
Dunoon Burgh Hall is a charity and can only exist with your continued support, so to those who have not yet visited us, we look forward to welcoming you through the doors, and to our regulars, we are always delighted to welcome you back.
The newly renovated Dunoon Burgh Hall is a fantastic and versatile space to host any special occasion or event. From art exhibitions and theatre performances to celebrating a wedding or anniversary, our spaces can be adapted to suit your event.
Please contact us on 01369 701776 or email [email protected].
Visit Our Gallery
Our gallery is open Tuesday through to Sunday, 12pm to 4pm (we are closed Mondays).
We host a fantastic and varied exhibition programme throughout the year, as well as scheduled events and performances.
We run a varied programme of workshops and holiday programmes for young people, workshops and classes for adults, as well as free artists’ talks alongside our exciting exhibition programme.
We work with our local schools and nurseries, as well as professional artists, filmmakers, performers and more, to deliver high quality experiences for our audiences.
Dunoon Burgh Hall is a charity and can only exist with your continued support.