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Shoreditch Town Hall’s mission is to preserve, restore and develop our landmark Grade II listed building, and to animate it with a forward-thinking programme of inspirational cultural, live event and community activity, harnessing the Town Hall’s history as a civic centre for discussion, dialogue and debate, whilst remaining relevant and accessible to 21st century communities.

We welcome over 70,000 people through our doors every year. Since 2012 we’ve presented 242 productions, commissioned 27 new pieces of live performance work, worked with 25 local partners on the delivery of community and engagement activity, and committed over 20,000 hours of in-kind space to artists and local community groups.

The Town Hall is an independent charitable trust (no. 1069617) and we run a largely break-even budget, reinvesting all income into the charitable activities of the organisation. We have never been revenue funded and therefore rely entirely on earned income.

Like many other cultural organisations, the Coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on the Town Hall, and we continue to face significant financial challenges and uncertainties. If you are able to support us by making a donation – of any size – we would be hugely grateful. All donations will help Shoreditch Town Hall weather this storm and ensure we can continue our impactful work in Hackney, London and beyond well into the future.

Thank you.

Shoreditch Town Hall gratefully acknowledges vital funding and support from:

Major Capital Partners

Backstage Trust

Capital Project Funding

Theatres Trust

Programme Grants & Artistic Project Funding

Cockayne - Grants for the Arts & London Community Foundation
Discover Young Hackney (London Borough of Hackney)

Covid-19 Emergency Funding

Arts Council England using funding from The National Lottery

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

Shoreditch Town Hall gratefully acknowledges vital funding and support from the following, since 2012:

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
The Garrick Charitable Trust
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.