This July, National Trust London delves into the contemporary heritage of Croydon and shines a spotlight on the borough as one of the most important examples of the post-war ambition to build a new society.
A series of tours will tell the story of Croydon’s 1960s building boom, its future ambitions, and include behind-the-scenes access to Fairfield Halls, which has played host to the likes of The Beatles, The Who and Morrissey. Visitors will get a unique view of the Halls and exclusive access to its stage, dressing rooms and royal box before it closes for a two-year, restoration-led refurbishment.
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