The 2018 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2019 programme mid-August.
Lambeth Town Hall
Septimus Warwick & H Austin Hall
Brixton Hill, SW2 1RW
Partial disabled access, Toilets, Full disabled access
Edwardian civic pride in brick and Portland stone with restored interiors. Chunky Baroque facades with corner entrance tower and elegant council chamber. Grade II listed.
Septimus Warwick & H Austin Hall,
Cartwright Pickard Architects,
Lambeth Town Hall, a Grade II listed building designed by the well-known architects Septimus Warwick and Austen Hall, was opened on 29 April 1908 by the then Prince and Princess of Wales, subsequently King George V and Queen Mary and is a fine example of the Edwardian Baroque style of civic architecture.
Thirty years later, Austen Hall also designed the adjoining Assembly Hall which was opened by Queen Mary in 1938.
The Town Hall is a working office for Lambeth Council staff, however there are a number of impressive Primary Event Spaces for hire, including the Mayors Heritage Suites, The Circular Hall and the Assembly Hall.