Coming to a Hall near you in the next month!

October Special Events in the Hall in the next few weeks:-

Tea Club
Friday 9th Oct, 2:30pm – 4:00pm.

Fancy a Cuppa?

Film Friday: The 6th Sense
Friday 23rd Oct, 4:00pm – 5:45pm.

A haunting story

Poetry & Music Evening
Saturday 10th Oct, 6:30pm – 8:30pm.

Music hath charms …

WitH: Steve Bell
Friday 23rd Oct, 7:00pm – 8:30pm.

Lampooning time

Click here to see all future Hall Special and Regular events.


Come along and join the crowd!

If you are out and about at the Seven Dials this Saturday, 21st, come along and visit the Exeter Street Hall pop-up stall. Hall volunteers will be there between 12 and 4pm handing out flyers publicising September events.
We also plan to spread the word about our Friends of the Hall monthly donation scheme.

Friends of the Hall

At the recent AGM Gus Sylvester launched our latest initiative – aptly named Friends of the Hall – which aims to tap into the huge reservoir of local friendly support for our wonderful community asset, the Exeter Street Hall.

By agreeing to make a regular donation to the Hall our Friends will help ensure that our running costs of approximately £1500 a month are covered, and this will allow us to focus on raising funds to improve our Hall’s facilities and also to widen our reach.
FoH_webYou can download a leaflet and form here, or visit the  Friends of the Hall section for further details.

Aviva Community Fund – Winning Finalist!

Aviva Winner

We’re delighted that we’ve been successful with our bid for £5,000 to help us renovate the back room at the Hall, which is currently unusable, and convert it into the Exeter Street Hall Community Room – another valuable asset for our local community.
We’d like to thank everyone involved in submitting the bid, everyone who voted for our bid, and everyone who encouraged all those who voted for our bid.
PS you can find full details of our Community Room project here.

Coming up roses

The Inaugural Exeter Street Hall Open Gardens Trail
Sunday 14 June 2pm-5pm
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Thanks to all our generous and hospitable residents who threw open their doors, baked up a storm and popped the kettle on. Our first ever Open Garden trail was a lovely way to while away the afternoon. You think you know your neighbourhood, only to discover hidden gems, inspiration for outdoor spaces and plenty of chances for chat and cake.
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It had the lot: small, shady yards to expansive spaces, clean lines and architectural interest to packed flowerbeds and plentiful pots, plots packed with edible goodies to outdoor living rooms, laid lawn to astro and contemporary kidtastic spaces to peaceful places with mature trees and shrubs. It was a total treat to be welcomed into people’s homes and have a mosey and a nosey. With the option to glug down tea, minty limeade and Pimm’s and scoff cake, meringues and samosas, visitors did well to wheel around the whole trail. A lovely, feel-good event set to send many scurrying home with bold schemes and great intentions. Or at least with a firm commitment to water some plants.
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Fancy opening up your patch next year? We’d love to do it all again. Get in touch with Bloom mastermind and Hall powerhouse, Marianne Craig by emailing

You can see more photos of Saturday’s talks and events at the Hall by clicking here.
(All images © R V Woodgate, and used by kind permission of the photographer)