Brick Lane Music Hall is an amusement venue located in Silvertown. It was opened in the year 1992 by Vincent Hayes with a vision to make hall style music entertainment a mainstream attraction among Londoners and tourists. The venue showcases contemporary theme based production shows as well as the conventional turn shows. Good humor and brilliant costumes are the most appealing features of the shows staged in the Brick Lane Music Hall.
In its 22 years of existence, the entertainment resource has changed its venue thrice. It was initially started in Brick Lane (hence the name) in a former brewery building. It was then shifted to a larger premise in Shoreditch and is now located in the London borough of Newham in Silvertown. The present Brick Lane Music Hall is a former church building with an amazing decor. The Gothic architecture of the building adds grace to the ambience of the theatre.
The theatre runs shows at three different timings in a day. Three course meal and drinks are also available within the theatre premises. Entertaining shows, good valued food and warm staff make the place a perfect choice for a family outing. In 2013, most of the UK travel companies voted the Brick Lane Music Hall to be the friendliest venue in the country.
The Brick Lane Music Hall does not just entertain its visitors but also stages performances in orphanages and old age homes throughout East London. It recognizes music and laughter as a therapy for the old and sick and thus promotes these shows at subsidized rates. Schools in East London collaborate with the theatre to promote young talent. The theatre hosts week long workshops and special shows where young children are offered an opportunity to display their interests and abilities.
This traditional music hall is located close to the London city airport and can be accessed by public transport easily. Scintillating music, loads of heart-warming laughter, vibrant displays of color and great talent make Brick Lane Music Hall a favorite among Londoners and tourists.