The Fairfield Halls is home to the London Borough of Croydon's large concert hall, theatre, and gallery.
Opening in 1962 and designed by the same acoustic engineer as the Royal Festival Hall, this world class music venue has been played by many famous acts from The Beatles to Andre Previn.
The Fairfield Halls is currently closed for redevelopment. and will reopen in 2019.
Venue Details & Map
The Fairfield Halls & Ashcroft Theatre
Park LaneCroydonCR9 1DG
- +44 (0)20 8688 9291
Facilities & Accessibility
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Top 5 reviews of The Fairfield Halls & Ashcroft Theatre
A useful venue with a large hall or two and a variety of smaller rooms. more
Despite being in London, the Fairfield Halls attracts pretty big names (Mitchell & Webb, Status Quo, Armstrong & Miller) to perform here as part of their tours. I've had many great nights out here (Eddie Izzard was a particular favourite evening.).
Mixed in with the big name comedy, music and theatre shows, you'll also find performances by people you wouldn't believe were still touring like... more
This venue has been around forever, well forever in my lifetime.
They always house a variety of different events from the usual Christmas pantomime to Swan Lake.
They have a couple of bars in there depending on what shows are on will affect which bars they open. Sometimes the staff are not sure which one is open until told by the evening supervisor. Speaking of bars I was at the venue for a... more
Fab venue! Has a small theatre, Concert hall, 4 different rooms for gigs, private parties and conferences, a small free gallery with a new exhibition every month and now has the biggest cinema screen in Croydon at a fab price!
Shows range from top comedians, cover bands, classical concerts and fab plays and musicals more
I'm just back from the British Wrestling Legends show at the Fairfield Halls and I must say what a great time I had. Plush the place is not in any conventional sense I was sat next to a slashed seat in the choir but the entertainment was fantastic. Although it was strange seeing Danny Boy Collins as the heel and Fit Finlay the face (who could have imagined that 20 years ago?) it was great to... more