INSPIRING CREATIVITY AND SELF EXPRESSION IN YOUNG LONDONERS
Welcome to Hoxton Hall, pioneering East London creative activity since 1863. The venue facilitates Youth Arts, foster Community Partnerships, and provides a stunning venue for performances, shows, gigs and events. Discover their ongoing developments online and come enjoy! The venue cherishes your participation and your invaluable support as they champion perpetual growth through the arts.
Hoxton Hall and Hoxton Workspaces – the venues
Hoxton Hall is a beautiful and atmospheric 145 year old grade II* listed Music Hall Theatre with adjoining music rooms and recording space, rehearsal rooms, dance studio, meeting rooms and art workshops, café and adjoining creative industry workspace.
Not Just a Venue
Hoxton Hall is the only youth arts centre in Hackney and is based in the centre of the Hoxton / Shoreditch community. Hoxton Hall has several key projects for everyone aged between 7 and 25 including Get Creative, Hipnotic, Hoxton Street Casting and It Happened Here. And if you are slightly older but still have a creative urge then why not join one of the adult classes. Since 1863, Hoxton Hall has pioneered creative engagement, enacting facilitating youth programmes and fostering community partnerships throughout Shoreditch.
With its rich history of eclectic performance, Hoxton Hall celebrates Hackney’s grassroots talent, from beginning youth artists to aspiring young professionals. They are also a coveted niche for venue hire, serving a wide spectrum of previous clientele with diverse needs, from the BBC to Patti Smith to the English National Opera. So whether you have a knack for performance, a need for an inspiring workspace, a desire to showcase your special event, or simply an interest in contributing to their programmes, you are welcome you to explore the venue website to discover the many ways in which Hoxton Hall anchors the Shoreditch community.
Explore Hoxton Hall - Come see for yourself!
Learn about Hoxton Hall’s unique community presence, from the founding to its sustained growth thanks to friends like you. Make sure you check out what's on so you don't miss the latest show. The venue is always updating its activites, so be sure to read their latest news, contribute to their blog, and of course, find them on your favourite networking sites: Facebook and Twitter. Current and archived Press Releases are available here for media organisations to download.
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Address: Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton Street,
Hoxton Hall located at 130 Hoxton Street, N1 6SH, and it is just a short walk from Old Street (10-15 mins) and Liverpool Street (20 mins). The venue is two minutes walk from the new Hoxton overground station and 5 minutes from the Shoreditch station, both on the newly opened East London line.
Coming from Old Street
Take exit #2 and continue straight along Old Street. You'll pass a Holiday Inn Express and Hoxton Cafe on your left before coming to three-way cross. Turn left onto Hoxton Street and continue for slightly less than 1/2 mile. You'll pass the Post Office on your left and the Shoreditch library on your right. Hoxton Hall is just a few minutes down the road on the left.
Coming from Liverpool Street
Turn left out of the station and continue straight for a block and turn right onto Liverpool Street. After a few minutes, you'll see Bishopsgate. Turn left and follow it past the the Broadgate Tower on your left. Make another left onto Great Eastern Street (becomes Leonard Street); you'll pass the Old Blue Last and Great Eastern Dining Room on your right, followed by the Hoxton and the Favela Chic restaurants on your left. Once you reach the Old Street roundabout, bear right on Old Street but continue on your left on Pitfield Street for just short of 1/2 mile. Turn right at Crondall Street and follow until you reach Hoxton Street. Hang a left and you'll see the venue just a bit down the road on your right.
From Liverpool Street heading North: Take #149 or 242. Stop at Geffrye Museum
From Hackney towards Central London: Take #242, 243, 149, or 67. Stop at Geffrye Museum
From Angel (City Road): #394 stops at Hoxton Street
You can either stop at Dalston Kingsland or at Liverpool Street Station.
From Dalston Kingsland, take a bus and enjoy a short walk. (see the Bus directions)
From Liverpool Street Station, take a Bus or walk from the station. (see the Tube directions for walking)
Hoxton Hall is two minutes walk from the new Hoxton overground station and 5 minutes from the Shoreditch station, both on the newly opened East London line.
Weekdays: There are a few one hour parking bays, one of which is just outside the Theatre. Some unrestricted parking is available on Queensbridge Road.
Weekends: Unrestricted street parking is available all day Sunday. Hoxton Street Market operates on Fridays and Saturdays, the street is open to traffic on Fridays but closed on Saturdays.
The Theatre and ground floor toilets are wheelchair accessible.