Longtime donor and friend of Town Hall Chuck Nordhoff has stepped forward with additional matching dollars for donors who want to add their names to the Great Hall stage. He will match $50,000 for named plaque gifts made from now until April 15!
We’re in the homestretch of the campaign to fund our historic renovation.
Help us raise $200,000 in new gifts before March 1 and an anonymous donor will match your gifts, dollar-for-dollar.
Town Hall—with its new and transformed stages, its gathering places, its accessibility-focused design, all the new things we can do here—it’s all yours.
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Bring some holiday cheer to your friends and family with one of these incredible Town Hall gifts!
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A year of Supporter level membership! Give the gift of priority seating, ticket discounts, presales, and more.
Town Music Subscription
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One subscription to renowned talents and original compositions from legendary composers: this innovative series lives on the cutting edge of chamber music.
We’re still Inside/Out while our building is under renovation. Join us in a neighborhood near you until we return to our First Hill home in 2019.
After 18 seasons of programming and over a century since its construction, Town Hall’s building is getting its first major renovation!
Thanks to support from our community, our landmark venue is getting some much-needed love. From necessities like seismic stabilization to vital patron upgrades like climate control and new restrooms, we’re overhauling our building for 100 more years of life.
We can’t wait to re-introduce you to our historic home when we re-open later this year. Click below to help fund our renovation or learn more about the project.
News & Articles
Recently on the Town Crier, we were discussing a plague of Seattle Spring poets. With the Spring Equinox now upon us, let us celebrate in verse! Today we’ll be showcasing the poetry of Shin Yu Pai.
Irene Butter is one of the few Holocaust survivors still writing about her experiences. On April 16, 2019 she joins us for a Town Hall conversation about taking action and refusing to be a bystander.
On the cover of the March 15, 1919 edition of the Town Crier was one of the most famous musicians alive at that time, cellist Pablo Casals. He played at the Masonic Temple, at Harvard and Pine, on March 19. Prices ran from 83 cents to $2.20 (including war tax)
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