The Victorian music hall also has a series of caves underneath it that were used by monks in the 12th Century
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Malt Cross project wins £1.4m lottery funding

A Nottingham music hall that was once a monastery is being renovated with a £1.4m grant using lottery funding.

The Malt Cross, which is the only surviving saloon music hall outside London, will open three more floors to the public, including the 12th Century monastic caves below the existing Victorian building.

James Roberson reports.

  • 06 Jan 2014