Capital Appeal

Upgrading and Restoring this historic building

Hoxton Hall is a stunning and unique Grade II* listed Victorian Music Hall. It is the only surviving example of a salon-style music hall. The theatre has now entered into our 150th year of serving the local community.  Whilst it still functions today it is need of major restoration to ensure its survival for another 150 years.

A significant capital works project, funded through the myplace scheme was completed in June 2012 when our doors were fully reopened. The initial work included upgrading our Spaces and improving accessibility throughout the building.

Further Improvements

Further planned phases in the capital projects are inventive and ambitous, allowing Hoxton Hall to lead the way in the regeneration of Hoxton Street and the surrounding community. We are very excited about the restoration and performance upgrades that these projects promise—especially the new youth arts programming and venue hires we will support as a result! In November 2012 we received the brilliant news that we had secured £1.79 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, after a year of fundraising we have now almost reached our target, with a final outstanding fundraising challenge of £142,000. We are extremely grateful to the many funders who have supported the restoration, modernisation and conservation of Hoxton Hall.

These include:

We welcome support and donations from individuals and organisations. If you are interested in supporting Hoxton Hall please contact our General Manager Jo Rogers - or keep up to date with our regular updates on the works by keeping an eye on:

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Restoration news here: Feel free to download our plans for phase two on right hand side of this page. Please do let us know what you think.


There are many ways you can contribute to our capital appeal by attending one of our events, by making a donation or volunteering.