People's Question Time, Croydon
People’s Question Time comes to Croydon at Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon on Thursday 3 March from 7-9pm.
This twice yearly session gives Londoners the chance to question the Mayor and the London Assembly and find out about their plans and priorities for the city.
Steve O’Connell, Assembly Member, will chair the event. Topics up for discussion include:
- Growing London’s economy
- Policing and community safety
People’s Question Time has the following access provisions. Please choose what you require when booking tickets and make yourself known at the enquiries desk once you arrive.
- BSL interpretation
- Hearing loop
- Speech to text on large screen (palantype)
- Wheelchair access
- Braille programme
Free tickets are now available please click on the 'Book Tickets' button below.
On the night
Please be aware that admission is on a first come first served basis and a ticket does not guarantee you a seat.
Arrive early to ensure entry.
- 6:00pm - doors open
- 7:00pm - event begins
- 9:00pm - event closes
From 6:45 to 7pm doors will open to people who have not booked tickets in advance. Entry will depend on space. Priority will be given to those with tickets.
Please print and bring with you, or have them ready to display on your phone at the door.
People’s Question Time is a twice yearly Q&A session where Londoners can question the Mayor and London Assembly. If chosen by the chair, you’ll be able to ask your question for the panel to respond. If you want to ask a question, please do so during the relevant topic session. Please respect the chair’s direction by keeping all questions as brief and to the point as possible.