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Crouch End Open Studios

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Crouch End Open Studios
12 May

We were delighted to host the group show for Crouch End Open Studios from the 10th – 12th May. Over 50 talented local artists exhibited a variety of work in the Town Hall which served as the starting point for the Crouch End Art trail. The event was a great success with a record number of local artists taking part and some brilliant work across painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, mixed media, photography and print.

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Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre The Broadway, Crouch End London N8 9JJ
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“The building was a progressive symbol of local government at its time. The building has since ceased its operations as a town hall, and has been used for music and theatre, yet was mostly waiting for investment. The interiors – the Ashton marble staircase, saucer chandeliers, Australian walnut and Indian laurel panelling and cork floors – show the decay of time, yet have been remarkably preserved like a time capsule.”
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Delighted to feature in the latest edition of @wallpapermag with a 12 page spread and article outlining the restoration of Hornsey Town Hall - bit.ly/2ptPJSY - We can't wait for its doors to reopen and to welcome you all back in!
The latest edition of local independent culture mag @villageraw has arrived! Pick up your copy in a number of community spaces all over Crouch End, East Finchley, Highgate, Muswell Hill and the surrounding areas. @hthartscentre and @timespaceco feature in this latest edition as well as some other fantastic local stories - check it out! 🗞 
Cover image @kate.amery | Posted @withrepost
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The Art Deco architecture is what makes @hthartscentre so special! Earlier this year we held the @ceopenstudios art exhibition here. When we reopen as the arts centre we plan to host many more events to make the most of the fantastic spaces available in the building.
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Join the Over 50's Dance for Fun & Fitness group at Hornsey Vale Community Centre this Autumn! 💃🏻 (seen here strutting their stuff on the stage at our CREATE event in July!) The sessions involve a gentle warm up and then learning some simple dances (ceilidh and Latin this term!) And some dancercise moves.

Drop in anytime during the term - your first class is FREE! Tea, coffee and biscuits with a chat after the session! ☕️🍪
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TUESDAYS - IMPROVERS
11am  to 1pm | £8 per class or £35 for any 5 classes

THURSDAYS - BEGINNERS
11am to 12.30pm | £6 per class or £25 for any 5 classes
Did you know that Hornsey Town Hall was used as a filming location for the hit BBC drama @killingeve? The fictional Russian hotel Atlasov was mostly shot in the building - see if you recognise the location of any of any of these scenes (and check out series 1, episodes 6 and 7 for the full experience!) .
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We can’t wait for the stunning Council Chambers to be back open! What type of events can you imagine taking place in this unique space?
📸 by @danbridgephoto @danbridgeinteriorphotos .
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#hthartscentre #councilchambers #council #eventspace #venue #event #events #hornseytownhall #townhall #concerts #crouchend #northlondon #uniquespaces #artscentre #hirespace #community #interiors #haringey
“The building was a progressive symbol of local government at its time. The building has since ceased its operations as a town hall, and has been used for music and theatre, yet was mostly waiting for investment. The interiors – the Ashton marble staircase, saucer chandeliers, Australian walnut and Indian laurel panelling and cork floors – show the decay of time, yet have been remarkably preserved like a time capsule.”
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Delighted to feature in the latest edition of @wallpapermag with a 12 page spread and article outlining the restoration of Hornsey Town Hall - bit.ly/2ptPJSY - We can't wait for its doors to reopen and to welcome you all back in!