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Hackney Town Hall

THE Assembly Hall inside Hackney's Art Deco town hall received an impressive make-over in 2013 and is now a stunning venue for a range of events including weddings, parties and dinners.

The hall has original 1930s features from imposing chandeliers to a sprung wooden dance floor.

The large main space can accommodate up to 550 people, or be split into three smaller rooms. There's even an adjoining bar that 'evokes the feel of an exclusive gentlemen's club'.

Hackney Town Hall,
Mare Street,
Hackney, London
E8 1EA

Telephone: 020 8356 5505

Email: venuehire@hackney.gov.uk

Opening times: Mon-Thurs: 8am-12midnight;
Fri-Sat: 8am-1am;
Sun: 8am-11pm.

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