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Shoreditch Town Hall is an independent charity (1069617) and receives no regular or revenue funding, instead generating income from our activity to fund the day-to-day running of the organisation, and where possible, project funding for specific initiatives. We are therefore dependent on investment and support for our artistic, learning, engagement and community programmes, and need to raise a minimum of £100,000 annually in order to successfully deliver this activity with maximum impact.

In addition to this, we are currently entering the next phase of our capital and building development project which will see a transformation of the Town Hall’s entrance and main foyer areas – an initiative we are referring to as ‘The Welcome Project’. We are currently working towards a fundraising target of £400,000 to undertake this work which will significantly improve our hospitality offer and our ability to reach and welcome new people to the building, particularly from our immediate community, further establishing the venue as a hub and meeting point for local people as well as those from further afield.

If you are interested in getting involved and supporting the Town Hall in any way then we’d love to hear from you. Please contact James Pidgeon, Director by e-mailing or calling 020 7739 6176.

Shoreditch Town Hall gratefully acknowledges vital funding and support from:

Major Capital Partners

Backstage Trust
London Borough of Hackney
Heritage Lottery Fund

Capital Project Funding

Arts Council England, London (Capital Small Projects 2012)
Biffa Award
Cockayne – Grants for the Arts & London Community Foundation
The Foyle Foundation
The Linbury Trust

Programme Grants & Artistic Project Funding

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Old Possum’s Practical Trust
Arts Council England, London (Grants for the Arts)

150th Anniversary Project Funding

Supported by a National Lottery Grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund

Shoreditch Town Hall Trust is an independent charity (1069617) and receives no regular or revenue funding.’