Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre to hold consultation talks with local residents

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Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre to hold consultation talks with local residents

Built in the 1930s, it was the venue which saw the first public performance of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody - but in more recent times, Hornsey Town Hall has fallen into some disrepair.

Earlier this year it was confirmed that the Grade 2 listed building's future had been secured with a 30 million pound fund - with a plan to transform it into North London's Barbican.

Those behind it say they're now starting the process of making sure people who live in the area, are at the heart the upgrade. 

If you live in Haringey and want to have your say in the consultation meetings go to www.hthartscentre.com.

 

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