Hackney Venues, Stoke Newington Town Hall

Decadent 1930s glamour

Hackney Venues is a collection of some of the most sought-after spaces. Stoke Newington Town Hall was designed by the architect J. Reginald Truelove and built in the 1930s. The brick and Portland stone building with walnut timber panelling and ornate gold detailing captures a mixture of Renaissance and Art Deco design. The unique period features such as the original Canadian-maple sprung dance floor and Europe’s largest working mirror balls, make this venue one of the most desirable event spaces in East London.

Contact: hello@clerkenwellgreen.com to book your next event at Stoke Newington Town Hall

Classic, Vintage, Unique

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Stoke Newington Church St, Stoke Newington, London N16 0JR

Did you know?

After surviving WW2, despite hits on nearby sites (one rumour posits that the roof was painted green and populated by a cow to make it seem a part of nearby Clissold Park), it became one of the area's more popular entertainment venues, a place for locals to do the Charleston and the jitterbug. But its popularity dwindled and it eventually closed in 1999.

The venue
Spaces Standing Seated
  • Assembly Room 550 300
  • Council Chamber Ceremony - 80