The Voice of the Hall: The Hornsey Town Hall from inception to abandonment
Thursday 27th September 19:15 - 20:30 at London - Crouch End
Join local writer-artist Sean Azzopardi as he signs and discusses his new Arts Council-supported graphic novel, The Voice of the Hall: The Hornsey Town Hall from inception to abandonment.
If walls could talk, what tales would they tell?
The Voice of the Hall is the history of the Hornsey Town Hall – the first major UK building built in the modernist style. Spanning its 80-year life, and with developers currently closing in, the story is told with an awareness of an approaching end. What is gained and what is lost with the advance of progress?
And how much influence do the public have in shaping or preserving their own communities and public spaces?
The event is ticketed and includes a glass of wine.
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