Victorian London - Entertainment and Recreation - Music and Musicians - Prince's Hall 

The Prince's Hall, a handsome saloon for concerts and balls, 113 feet long by 44 feet wide, to seat 700 or 800 persons, occupies the second floor of the Gallery of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, a large new edifice built by Mr. E.R.Robson, decorated with busts of P.Sandby, J. Cozens, Girtin, Turner, D. Cox, De Wint, G. Barrett and W. Hunt and opened April 27, 1883.

Herbert Fry, London, 1889