The Space is a performing arts centre based in a converted church on the Isle of Dogs, East London.  We programme regular arts events and workshops both here and at the Roof Garden in Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf.

Late Bloom Festival seeks local performers

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Following the success of our May Early Bloom Festival, the Space is looking for local performers to participate in August’s Late Bloom Festival at the Crossrail Place Roof Garden.
Located at the top of the Crossrail Place in Canary Wharf, the …

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You Boy

You Boy Web Book Tickets

14 July - 16 July

A play about two brothers, somewhere along the M62. Can the dead hear us? Maybe when we need them the most. Two adoptive brothers grow up living in each other’s pockets. Years of punching, kicking, crying, laughing and ball-squeezing built a bond that neither of them could live without. When one of them is left

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Force of Trump

ForceOfTrumpWeb Book Tickets

28 June - 2 July

2017. Donald Trump is President. Stuck on Air Force One, The Donald is trying to make his first state visit to the UK. All the while, allegations are flung at him: the USA and UK have gone to war in Syria, and Trump is accused of authorising American troops to torture Muslim British soldiers. As tensions mount,

Dreaming of Leaves

DreamingofTreesWeb Book Tickets

13 July

An apocalyptic vision of disaster, thrill, courage, anticipation – but most of all friendship. Combining music, movement, and lyricism, WHIMSY create a dystopic world set in an indefinite future. A strange family rattle around a derelict church at the top of a hill, whilst the rest of earth seems to be submerged under water. All

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An Interview with Tumbledry Theatre: The Soldier and Death


John Rushton is one of the Artistic Directors of Tumbledry Theatre, and the director behind upcoming show The Soldier and Death. The show is our first full run of the Summer Season here at the …

Summer Season Announced!


After a hugely successful Spring Season, we’re delighted to finally announce the exciting shows and companies working with the Space this summer. Our June-August programme will see a mix of new writing, devised work, family-friendly shows, comedy and musical …