The Space is a performing arts centre based in a converted church on the Isle of Dogs, East London. Â We programme regular arts events and workshops both here and at the Roof Garden in Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf.
AÂ heady mixture of high camp, melancholy reflection on friendships, and the childhood dramas that haunt us all. Rachel is a fifty-something would-be diva who works in Boots, but is about to make her stage debut. Sheâ€™s locked herself in the ladies, furious because her gay best friend Gavin isnâ€™t there to support her; heâ€™s sitting
Fascism is sweeping across Europe. Time is running out for a force to gather that can stand in its way. On October 4th, 1936, the fight comes to the East End of London. The Black Shirts are marching. Neither politicians nor police will stop them. It will be up to ordinary people, including the residentsBook Tickets
The Royal House of Britain is crumbling under strain. Princess Imogen, distraught after her low-born husband is banished by her father, takes matters into her own hands. Meanwhile King Cymbeline himself struggles with the unresolved grief left by his missing sons. Further shaken by his daughter's defiance and blind to the true nature of his
â€śThe Space is special. Itâ€™s intimate, itâ€™s friendly, it can be cosy and I should think, if you were watching the right thing, you could be terrified out of your wits.â€ť- Sir Ian Mckellan, The Wharf