David Thomas Pitt (1913-1994), later Baron Pitt of Hampstead, was Britain’s longest serving Black Parliamentarian. A doctor by trade, he spent his adult life campaigning… Read more >David Pitt: Black Parliamentarian and campaigner for racial equality
Hampstead Town Hall played an important part in helping protect civilians in the area during World War 2. Between 1939 and 1945 the building became… Read more >Hampstead Town Hall in War Time Britain
Una Marson was a Jamaican feminist, activist and writer. She was employed by the BBC in 1932, and became their first black producer. Hampstead-based Una… Read more >Una Marson: Jamaican feminist and creative
The Old Town Hall has been the locus of a number of exciting events throughout its 140 year history, from tea dances and balls, including… Read more >The Old Town Hall throughout its 140 year history
Our amazing team of Wac Arts runners have raised a fantastic £8,000 so far with donations still coming in. Watch their journey and why they… Read more >Wac Arts runners have raised a fantastic £8,000 so far!
Bare Peas “Healthy is Wealthy” Award winning game is available for Camden Youth Organisations to test – for free! The young people at Wac Arts… Read more >Bare Peas – Award winning game available for Camden Youth Organisations to test – for free!
The Old Hampstead Town Hall opened in 1878 and operated as Hampstead Vestry Hall 1878, it was renamed Hampstead Town Hall in 1900, and renamed… Read more >Can you help Wac Arts explore the rich heritage of the Old Town Hall?
The Wac Arts Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre is an exciting programme that offers not only a traditional, classical and contemporary syllabus but also performance… Read more >Four shows that you shouldn’t miss this spring!
Wac Arts believes in the infinite power of the arts to unleash the extraordinary potential of young people. Wac Arts offers inclusive performing arts and… Read more >What’s On at Wac Arts – Winter-Spring 2019