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Publication date: Tuesday 1 May 2012
Crouch End is set for a summer of culture following efforts by Haringey Council and the Hornsey Town Hall Creative Trust to bring forward a series of events.
Theatre, dance, art and music are on the cards in a programme of community activities which will help put the Town Hall on the map as a vibrant arts venue.
Summer activities include:
Liz Sich, Chair of the Hornsey Town Hall Creative Trust, said:
We’re delighted that both Hornsey Town Hall and the Town Hall Square will come alive this summer, giving people a taste of what’s to come.
Let’s hope for fine weather and what I am sure will be a series of really successful and enjoyable events for everyone involved.
Cllr Joe Goldberg, Cabinet Member for Finance and Sustainability, said:
We’ve said many times how much we want to see Hornsey Town Hall and the Town Hall Square revitalised as the cultural heart of Crouch End, and this summer’s events will really help to kick start that.
These events are a chance for the community to come together, enjoy culture on their doorstep and celebrate the history and the future of Hornsey Town Hall.