Croydon Clocktower (the building to the right is the Braithwaite Hall)
|Town or city||Croydon, London|
|Client||London Borough of Croydon|
The venue, which forms part of the 19th century Town Hall, was opened as an arts and museum complex by Queen Elizabeth II in 1994. A notable early success was the Picasso exhibition in March to May 1995 named Picasso's Croydon Period.
The venue contains the Museum of Croydon, Clocktower Café and the Croydon Central Library. Other facilities which can be accessed from Croydon Clocktower include the David Lean Cinema, which offers a regular programme of art house and independent films, and the Braithwaite Hall, which is used for concerts, theatre and children's shows.
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- "Croydon Clocktower: Opening Times". Croydon Council. Retrieved 1 September 2020.
- "Concert: Ida's march". News Shopper. 11 September 2002.