Islington Assembly Hall

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From folk and dance to rock and soul, there is something for every musical taste at Islington Assembly Hall. First opened in 1930, the venue hosted a range of dances and variety shows, as well as being used by local groups for presentations and weddings. It was closed in 1980, and Islington Museum was housed in the foyer until 2009.

Islington Assembly Hall was fully reopened in March 2010, and has since played host to a wide range of bands and artists, including Adam Ant, Thurston Moore, Eliza Doolitte and – perhaps most famously – The Foo Fighters. Find out more

What’s coming up…

House Gospel Choir
The late great Frankie Knuckles once called house music: “church for people that have fallen from grace.” Anyone who has been caught up in the rapture of a true house classic can testify to its power to unify and uplift. The choir brings together outstanding singers to help you relive the best in house and garage.
When: Thursday 21 December 2017

Donae’o
Just coming off tour supporting Dizzee Rascal, this NW rapper has been making waves on the grime scene. Everyone knows his name from the huge summer anthem ‘Party Hard’ and featuring on the Grenfell Tower tribute song “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
When: Thursday 25 January

Mica Paris sings Ella Fitzgerald
Mica Paris is one of the UK’s most respected female singers with a career full of Top 10 hit singles and albums worldwide. The range, power, and sheer soulfulness of Mica Paris’ singing made an immediate impact on the UK music scene.
When: Sunday 11 February

Derek Ryan
This St Paddy’s day celebrate with a night of Irish country music from none other than Derek Ryan! This will be a throwback to the days of the Galtymore and social dancing events in North London which are remembered so fondly.
When: Saturday 17 March

Check out the full Assembly Hall line-up and keep up-to-date on Twitter @Islington_AH

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