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The Vintage Guide To London | November 21, 2017

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Memories of Music Hall - a one-day spectacular celebrating the heyday of Music Hall

Head to original saloon music hall Hoxton Hall (dating back to 1863) for Memories of Music Hall – a celebration of the heyday of Music Hall with three exciting events in one fun-packed Sunday.

12- 5pm, Vintage Market
Admission: Free
Forget Brick Lane, Hoxton Hall is clearing out its cupboards and you can pick up a free piece of Music Hall history at the indoor vintage market from forgotten show props to costumes and accessories.
Other stalls on the day include antiques, bric-a-brac, vintage fashion, handmade crafts and gifts as well as home made cakes and snacks.

2–5pm, Theatres in Shoreditch Walk
Admission: Free, but booking required
Departing and finishing at Hoxton Hall, this guided walk takes in some of the important historical theatre sites in Shoreditch  including the ‘lost’ Shakespeare sites. Led by Architectural Historian, Anthony
Burton, remember to bring a sun hat/umbrella and comfortable shoes.

6pm, Underbling and Vow’s Cockney Sing-along
Admission: £6/£4 concessions
Relive the glory days of Music Hall and belt out your old-time favourites with Underbling and Vow’s wonky sing-­along, from Music Hall to grime, with some surprising twists and turns along the way.

Sunday, 24 July

Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton Street,
London, N1 6SH

Nearest Tube: Hoxton
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