Wac Arts

Wac Arts
213 Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park
Grater London






020 7692 5800

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Wac Arts is a dynamic charity that works in imaginative ways to support gifted young people facing exceptional challenges to discover their talents and fulfil their potential through arts and media programmes created at the charity’s London home at Hampstead Town Hall which is a heritage site, Grade 2 listed buildng.

Offering a Diploma in Musical Theatre, performances held in the townhalls theatre, providing many projects including hoiday projects for young people of all abilities and ages and providing exhibition space for emerging artists. Wac Arts is a hub for all young people and the community in North London.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Artist studio or collective, Heritage site

Opening hours

8.30 am - 9.30pm

Admission charges

Charges depend on event

Additional info

The Townhalls Council Chamber, Main Hall/ Theatre, Small Hall and studio spaces (all fully equipped) are available for hire. Please contact if you are looking to hire an event, rehearsal or performance space.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Free Hampstead Heath Artist in Residence Exhibition

  • 6 — 30 November 2014

Come and join us for our third installment of our Artist in Residence program. Wac Arts launched the Artist in Residence (AIR) program to support emerging and local artists by offering the chance to exhibit their work in an exciting space within Wac Arts beautiful and exciting Atrium space. A retrospective exhibition titled 'Life on The Heath' includes paintings all painted whilst Ruth lived in the area. Some are from her moments of watching the world go by on Hampstead Heath or Primrose Hill and some are of local people in the area. All of Ruth's paintings are beautifully produced from the eye of an artist who loved the area that she lived in and the people that she met. There will be 15 paintings for sale during this month long free exhibition, with proceeds going to Wac Arts. Open to the public every Thursday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Suitable for

  • Any age