Hoxton Hall is one of only five surviving music halls in the UK and one of only two remaining music halls in London. It is also one of the most unusual and atmospheric performance spaces, with a character unlike any West End theatre.
Hoxton Hall continues in use as a place of music and drama and as a centre for youth arts in the local community. In addition to the main hall, a number of different spaces within the building provide arts, rehearsal and music facilities for both professional and young people who live nearby.
Our work to the hall has taken place over a period of 5 years with two separate phases of work part funded by the Myplace and Heritage Lottery Funds.