Shoreditch Town Hall (as the name suggests) is located in Shoreditch, the heart of one of the most vibrant areas of London and arguably the epicenter of the UK creative and digital industries.
Adjacent to Hoxton Square and just minutes from Liverpool Street, it is a magnificent Grade II landmark building. Built in 1865, and with a heritage as one of the grandest Vestry Halls in London, it was established as an independent arts and events venue in 2004. Since this time it has established itself as a key part of the cultural landscape.
The nearest underground station to Shoreditch Town Hall is Old Street, on the Northern Line. Old Street station is a simple five minute walk along.
When you arrive at Old Street, exit through Subway 2 and head directly down Old Street towards the white tower, above the Town Hall. You can also get to the Town Hall from London Liverpool Street and Moorgate, which are each approximately 15 - 20 minutes’ walk away.
The nearest train station to the Town Hall is Shoreditch High Street or Hoxton. Each is approx 5 – 10 minutes’ walk away.
A number of London Buses go via Old Street, which makes the Town Hall extremely accessible via bus. Buses stopping nearby include numbers: 26, 35, 47, 48, 55, 67, 78, 135, 149, 242 and 243.