The Royal Porcelain Works
A home for the arts in the heart of Worcester
The Royal Porcelain works, originally founded by Robert Chamberlain in Severn Street, has been redeveloped by the Bransford Trust, to create a new centre for the arts in Worcester - featuring the Henry Sandon Hall. The 1852 showroom is at the heart of the development, refurbished to become a 140 seat capacity venue, equipped with the latest audio visual technology; operated and programmed by Worcester Live - alongside the historic Swan Theatre and Huntingdon Hall. The Henry Sandon Hall, modern ancillary spaces and newly developed courtyard will host an eclectic mix of events; including theatre, cinema, talks, antiques fairs, farmers markets and art exhibitions.