This grade II listed building was originally built as a music hall, opening in 1863 as MacDonald’s Music hall. Nowadays, the space is used for a variety of community projects, youth arts shows and as a venue for festivals and music events. The building was renovated in 2015, revitalising an East London landmark along with its eclectic performance schedule. There’s something for everyone here in Hoxton, from jazz events to burlesque festivals and theatre shows.
Venue Details & Map
130 Hoxton Street
St Luke'sLondonN1 6SH
- +44 (0)20 7684 0060
Top 4 reviews of Hoxton Hall
Hoxton Hall was one of a number of venues I had the pleasure to dance in at a recent dance weekend away in London.
I am, very admittedly, a dance-floor snob. Give me sprung wood, unsprung (smooth) floorboards, laminate, Marley, grass and at the very end of the dance pleasure spectrum, lino and concrete and footpath. I have danced on them all., and know my preferences.
The main auditorium... more
This theatre is a little gem of entertainment on Hoxton Street. The theatre shabby and unprepossessing but that's part of its character and charm. The facility itself is small and intimate, with little separation from the performers on stage. There's a small bar attached.
The show I went to was called 'Shakespeare in Hackney; or 'tis a mad world in Hoxton'. Jack Klaff (Star Wars, For Your... more
Been a while since I've been here, i was doing a modelling shoot for Esquire magazine (yes really) posing as a serial killer surrounded by flowers for a mark lawson think piece on the portrayal of killers by the media. It was the George Clooney/ Grindhouse issue. Derren Brown also used it for trick or treat, the episode where he convinced the bloke he was a ventriloquists dummy. They do... more
I dropped in here when London was Open. You can also rent it out for weddings, it's such a gorgeous space it would be perfect for a reception. I think the caveat is that for modern-day fire codes the number of guests must be under 100 people. Funny too, because they used to squeeze 1000 in there in its heyday. more