Croydon’s Cultural Vision

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 15th Mar 2018

With its long  and distinguished but often overlooked heritage, remarkable cultural diversity and a steadily growing reputation for staging innovative arts, sports and community-focused events including ‘Warhol Croydon’, ‘Dance Umbrella’ and  ‘Lumiere’, Croydon is a prime contender to be crowned the first ever London Borough of Culture when the winner is announced in February, 2018.

A cornerstone of Croydon’s cultural renaissance will be the newly refurbished and much-loved Fairfield Halls which is being given a £30 million facelift complete with 1,800 seater concert hall and new shops and offices. 

Join us for an evening of exploration into Croydon’s cultural vision and how it will help to change perceptions of our town for an exclusive insight into the progress of work to date and to hear from guest speakers, including:

Neil Chandler, Venue Director at the Fairfield Halls 

Paula Murray, Cultural Director at Croydon Council  

Joseph Watson, London Creative Director for the National Trust 

Kevin Zuchowski-Morrison, founder of Croydon’s RISEgallery

Cost: Free of Charge

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2018-03-15 2018-03-15 Europe/London Croydon’s Cultural Vision An evening of exploration into Croydon’s cultural vision and how it will help to change perceptions of the town. TMRW & Byte Cafe,75-77 High Street,,London

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