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Kelly M wrote a review Oct 2019
218 contributions78 helpful votes
This building was the venue for a High School student Theatre conference/workshop. It was a perfect spot because there was space to create small theatre pieces for small groups. There is a main hall downstairs, with a balcony. There are many smaller rooms throughout the building, with many nooks and crannies everywhere.…
Date of experience: October 2019
wingate wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom2,229 contributions855 helpful votes
Came here for Open House.You would be hard put to guess that the hall had been built in the thirties.Maybe the portable Windows in the balcony give you a clue.
Date of experience: September 2019
Julie wrote a review Jul 2019
Really nice venue we loved the burlesque festival.even on a hot day it was quite cool inside. Nice and clean.
Date of experience: July 2019
Barracuda008 wrote a review Jan 2019
London, United Kingdom158 contributions36 helpful votes
This 20s hall is a little secret in the center of London for low cost concert and activities. The acustic is quite poor but the tickets are quite cheap and many times the quality of the spectacle is quite good. The library is great.
Date of experience: January 2019
CheekyLondon wrote a review Feb 2018
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom1,378 contributions480 helpful votes
Went here on a BEE Midtown free walk. It is 1930's style architecture but unusually austere for this style, in keeping with the ethos of this place which was set up originally for free spirited and radical thinkers to express their opinions; this still holds true today. The large hall with stage holds regular recitals and musical activities, not least a grand piano auction! The gentleman that took us round was interesting, told us the history of the place and explained about why this place exists. We visited the interesting library, where people were actually working, likely to be research. You can easily while away an hour or two here and I would recommend it.…
Date of experience: February 2018