A Hall for All Stars Evening With …


April 25


19:00 - 21:30

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Acland Burghley School Trust

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Acland Burghley School

93 Burghley Road, London, NW5 1UJ

London, England, GB, NW5 1UJ

… a dazzling line-up of famous faces and emerging talent for an exciting one-off night of music, comedy and performance.

Looking for a great night out? Look no further.

Don’t miss this act-packed, lively mix of performance, music and comedy hosted by comedian Joe Bor with support from BAFTA-winning young presenter, Jeriah and fellow students. Get behind this exciting fundraiser and help revive our iconic North London Hall into a modern community arts centre for all.

Bar and doors open at 7pm. Showtime 7.30pm.

Programme Highlights

Hot from his North America tour, the multi-instrumentalist musical magician, Sam Amidon, will perform a unique set of song, story-telling and music.

Discover the secret to writing some of the world’s most recognisable hits with Grammy-award nominee and double Ivor Novello Award Winner, songwriter Sacha Skarbek. Best known for Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball,” “You’re Beautiful” with James Blunt, and “Cold Shoulder” with Adele.

With countless stage, screen and radio awards between them, we’re delighted to welcome on stage Tracy-Ann Oberman, Shaun Dingwall, Adam James, Samantha Spiro, Claire Skinner and Tom Basden stars of iconic shows such as Outnumbered, Mr Bates vs The Post Office, Sex Education, Plebs and many more.

The Hall for All Appeal

Originally created during the brutalist period of architecture as an arts space for students and the local community in and around Acland Burghley School, funds are now being raised to bring the Grade II listed Hall back into wider use. It has been home to the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE) since September 2020 in a ground-breaking residency, a partnership which brings outstanding creative arts to student and community life.

However, a lack of funding and damaging adaptations mean the Hall is no longer fit for purpose and in urgent need of repair. As a community, our challenge now is to come together to raise the money needed to help unlock vital heritage funding.

Your support will help return this much-needed space to its former glory and bring it bang up to date with acoustics, lighting and facilities fit for world-class performances. And provide a home to the UK’s first-ever Museum of Brutalist Architecture (MoBA). An inclusive and affordable venue for everyone.

To find out more or to donate to the Hall for All Appeal visit: www.hallforall.org

What are you waiting for? Get a group together, tell your friends, tell your family and get your tickets now to this not-to-be-missed night out.