Hornsey Town Hall arts centre e-survey – a last chance

As mentioned previously, the HTH Arts Centre people (Time+Space Co) and consultants, the Audience Agency, are conducting an e-survey about the future role of the Town Hall arts centre.

The survey will close on January 7th, so now’s the time to add your views – Is an arts centre a goer? Is it simply a good venue? Who are the audience? What are the art forms? Or, did we quite like the roller discos, party nights and craft markets? – Let ’em know.

(We posted an update on the HTH development a month ago, read more.)

They write:

Following the restoration and refurbishment of Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre (HTHAC), we want to ensure access is inclusive, and fully represents the needs and interests of the community. The Time+Space Co. has commissioned the independent organisation, The Audience Agency, to undertake an objective consultation with local individuals, groups, organisations and businesses in order to gather their thoughts.

As part of this, we have recently facilitated consultation workshops and talked to people at the Christmas Fair. But to help us speak to as many people as possible from across the borough and the communities around HTHAC, we are now asking you to complete this survey to give us your views.

If you have attended a workshop already, please feel free to respond to the e-survey too. We would be grateful if you could share the survey with peers, friends, neighbours, colleagues, partners and networks more widely across the borough.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and your feedback will be anonymised and used for research purposes only. The survey will close on 7th January 2019.

One Comment

  1. Adrian Essex

    The survey can take more than 10 minutes if you want it to. All the questions are open ended so you can say as much as you like about your ambitions for the hall. Beer festival, Dad’s Army and FEC subsidies have been mentioned so far.


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