The Town Hall is a historic theater in Manhattan’s Midtown Business District.
A town hall is a place where the people discuss what is happening in society. The 1,500-seat lecture and concert hall was built in 1921 by suffragists fighting for women’s right to vote. Its purpose is to educate people about the issues of the day.
The Town Hall is not just any theater. It’s a historic theater for historic events, a crossroads of culture and history.
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The Town Hall
123 West 43rd St
(between Sixth & Seventh Avenues)
(1)(2)(3) Times Square – 42nd St
(A)(C)(E) 42nd St – Port Authority
(B)(D)(M)(F) 42nd St – Bryant Park
(N)(Q)(R) Times Square – 42nd St
(7)(S) Times Square – 42nd St
The Town Hall News
Latin Culture at The Town Hall
Broadway star Lea Salonga (Les Misérables) sings Broadway on Wed, Apr 20 at 8pm. From $81. 🇵🇭
The Verdi Traviata, a musical film about the great opera (The Fallen Woman) by Hershey Felder and Stefano Decarli, screens on Sun, Mar 27 at 8pm. $50. 🇮🇹
Marisa Monte sings Brazilian music on Mar 22-23 at 8pm. From $55. 🇧🇷
In Django A Go Go, French guitarist Stephane Wrembel plays Jazz Manouche on Sat, Mar 5 at 8pm. From $47. 🇫🇷
Dante and Beatrice in Florence, a musical film by Hila Plitmann and Hershey Felder is on Sun, Nov 28 at 8pm. $50. 🇮🇹
Rosario Flores sings Flamenco Pop on Thu, Nov 4 at 8pm. From $79. 🇪🇸
Cuban Nueva Trova legend Pablo Milanés presents his Dias de Luz Tour on Sat, Oct 23 at 8pm. From $45. 🇨🇺