Hornsey Town Hall grand Christmas opening
Head to Crouch End for the grand opening of the beautiful Art Deco Hornsey Town Hall.
Built in 1935 by architect Reginald Uren, the Town Hall houses a number of offices and suites all with original Thirties decor, as well as a huge theatre hall last used in 1946 and with all the period features intact. Now Grade II listed, and recently used to shoot the BBC series The Hour, the building is an exemplary example of architecture from the Art Deco era and offers a genuine chance to step into the past since it has barely been used by the public for decades and remains largely untouched.
The building has just been taken over by ANA arts collective for the next year, and December 13th offers a chance for the local public to be some of the first to view the building.
You will also have the chance to browse over 20 vendors from popular Crouch End event North London Vintage Market, who will be nestled in unusual spaces throughout the day selling all sorts of nostalgic wares in keeping with the period feel of the building.
Hornsey Town Hall’s Grand Christmas Opening
Saturday December 13th
Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre
Nearest Tube: Finsbury Park