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The Space (theatre)

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The Space
The Space (Isle of Dogs).jpg
LocationIsle of Dogs
London, E14
United Kingdom
Coordinates51°29′32″N 0°01′27″W / 51.492158°N 0.024249°W / 51.492158; -0.024249
Public transitDocklands Light Railway Mudchute
TypeArts venue
Seating typeVariable
Capacity60-145
Opened1997; 25 years ago (1997)
Website
space.org.uk

The Space is an arts space in Millwall on the Isle of Dogs, London. Its principal patron is Sir Ian McKellen, and it is a registered non-profit making charity.

History

The Space is located inside a former Presbyterian church. Dedicated to St Paul, this was built in 1859 for the Scottish Presbyterian congregation who had migrated to the Isle of Dogs to work in the shipyards. It was designed by Thomas Knightley.[1] It was taken over by the St. Paul's Arts Trust, headed by Robert Richardson, in 1989, and has been restored.

Performances

The Space offers many kinds of performance, including dance, drama and live music. Its first in-house production was a double bill of Dogg's Hamlet and The Real Inspector Hound, the former starring Adam Hemming (the theatre's artistic director) as the headmaster. It produces its own shows with in house production company Space Productions. The Space supports new and emerging artists who are fresh out of drama school, or anyone looking to put on their first show. Les Enfants Terribles, Nick Helm, Ian Mcklellen and Mitch Benn have all frequented The Space.

Facilities

Hubbub is the restaurant/bar located above The Space.[2]

The Space has established itself as a community theatre, it is staffed mainly by volunteers.

References

  1. ^ Pilcher, Steven J. "History". The Space. The Space. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  2. ^ Hubbub Bar And Restaurant


This page was last edited on 25 April 2022, at 08:34
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