Venue

  • (noun): In law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on venue, venues:

The Charlotte
... The Charlotte was a live music venue in Leicester, England, on the edge of the City Centre, on Oxford Street, opposite De Montfort University ... The venue closed on March 13th 2010 ... as a nationally recognised "circuit venue" on the live music scene, known as an essential stop-off for many bands on their tours of the UK ...
Heydar Aliyev Palace
... known as Lenin Palace (Лeнин aдынa) is the main music venue of Baku, Azerbaijan, seating 2158 people ... The venue reopened in November 2008 after extensive renovation ... will be hosted by Azerbaijan- but the venue was later confirmed as the Baku Crystal Hall, a brand new arena and concert facility, built in 2012 ...
Rhodesia Cricket Team - Venues
... Rhodesian venues included Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo (March 1910 – present) Matabeleland venue since 1994 Salisbury/Harare Sports Club (March 1910 – present) Mashonaland venue since 1954 Raylton Club, Bulawayo (oc ... Bulawayo Athletic Club (used once in Nov 1951) a Matabeleland venue since 1994 Police A Ground, Salisbury (Oct 1957 - Dec 1968) Police B Ground, Salisbury (Nov ...
Élysée Montmartre
... Open in 1807, the Élysée Montmartre (French L'Élysée Montmartre) is a music venue, at 72 Boulevard de Rochechouart, in Paris, France ... In 1900, the venue was damaged by fire, and was re-decorated ... It is one of the most famous music venues in the city ...
Wyvern Theatre - History
... Clear Channel Entertainment managed the venue for many years until 2005, when they lost the tender ... On 3 September 2006 it closed temporarily after the discovery of traces of asbestos in the venue's offices and roof void during a routine inspection ... closed until September 2007 and the closure was used to refurbish the venue, bringing new decor, bars, cafés, disabled entrances and new seating costing £1.3m ...

More definitions of "venue":

  • (noun): The scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting).
    Synonyms: locale, locus