Fairfield Halls

Go Back

Fairfield Halls (Croydon) Ltd, Registered Office, Fairfield Halls Halls, Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey, CR9 1DG T: 020 8688 9291

Fairfield Halls in Croydon

Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Fairfield Halls is an arts centre in Croydon, London, England and opened in 1962. It contains a concert hall, the Ashcroft Theatre (named after local Peggy Ashcroft), the Arnhem Gallery civic hall (Croydon is twinned with Arnhem) and an art gallery. The large concert hall is frequently used for BBC recordings. The Halls are the home of the London Mozart Players, whose principal guest conductor is flautist, Sir James Galway.

Many famous faces have appeared at the Fairfield Halls , including The Beatles, Traffic (who recorded a live album in the halls), Family (who recorded the first side of their album, Anyway in the halls), The Nice (who recorded their album Five Bridges in the halls), Robert Cray, Status Quo, Chuck Berry, Kenny Rogers, Elkie Brooks, Daniel O'Donnell, Shakin' Stevens, The Sinceros, Hall and Oates, Free, James Last, Bucks Fizz, Judith Durham and Coolio.