Partnership working enables Hoxton Hall to diversify and dovetail many existing projects to offer the best opportunities to our audiences. We are open to hear of new opportunities and ideas.
We work in partnership with a number of high profile voluntary sector organisations to raise our practice and theirs, as well as ensure the sustainability of Hoxton Hall and other similar organisations. We are passionate about increasing productivity and developing new ways of working to benefit the community and our young people. We aim to increase skills, enhance learning and creative opportunities for all that visit Hoxton Hall, whether as an active participant or spectator. We aspire to eventually work and forge strong relationships with an even larger number of organisations, to secure the future of the local community and beyond.
We are proud to have longstanding and trusted relationships with our partners:
East London Youth Theatre Partnership, Shoreditch Youth Network, Canonbury Ward Partnership, Creativeworks, Discover Hackney Partnership, Hackney Archives, Access to Sports, Albert and Friends Instant Circus, Ministry of Stories, Fun Palaces, Little Angel Theatre, Grey Wolf Productions, The Barbican, The Almeida Theatre, Media Trust, RIFT Theatre Company, Think Forward, Discover Story Centre, Local Schools and Colleges, PEER Gallery, Estorick Collection, Media Trust, Vocab Dance, Noot (Visual Arts), Inspire! Artburst, Isledon Arts, The Learning Trust, Talent Match, Access All Areas, East London Youth Theatre Partnership, Shoreditch Youth Network, Canonbury Ward Partnership, Creativeworks, Discover Hackney Partnership, Hackney Archives, Albert and Friends Instant Circus, Ministry of Stories, Grey Wolf Productions, The Almeida Theatre, The Young Vic Theatre, Tech will Save Us (with Hirsch and Mann), Somewhere to, Ministry of Stories, The National Trust, Goldsmith’s University, Local Schools and Colleges, Media Trust, Inspire! Pellegrino Theatre Company, Mirror Mirror.