Welcoming over 70,000 people through its doors every year, Shoreditch Town Hall is an independent arts, events and community space housed in one of the grandest former civic buildings in the capital. Comprising over 48,000 square feet across 70 individual rooms, the Town Hall has undergone something of a transformation in recent years, from a beautiful but under the radar hire space, to a thriving flagship cultural and events venue for Hackney, London and beyond.
Shoreditch Town Hall is now more in use than at any other point in its recent history: we present a year-round programme of bold and adventurous new theatre, music, dance, comedy, talks and events, alongside a range of learning, community and engagement activities. We also have one of the most talked-about restaurants of recent years, the Michelin starred Clove Club, housed in the west side of the building.
With eight main spaces from 40 to 800 capacity, the Town Hall works with 130 artists, community groups and arts organisations, programmes over 60 productions, hosts up to 700 events, and commissions up to 8 new pieces of live performance, every year.
The Town Hall’s programme has recently included work with Andrew Schneider, dreamthinkspeak, Jamie Lloyd, Kneehigh, Manchester International Festival, Nigel Barrett & Louise Mari, Royal Shakespeare Company, Spymonkey and The Wardrobe Ensemble, alongside events with the likes of Alexander McQueen, Amazon, Fred Perry, Red Bull and the filming of Florence Foster Jenkins and The Lady in the Van.