Welcome

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.

Meet our new Associate Artists!

We are pleased to announce our new Associate Artist scheme! A bespoke package of support to specifically chosen companies or artists who we believe have real, exciting potential and who we can help flourish. Meet Wonderbox and Bric A Brac.

Coming Soon

Emerge Festival 2018

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6 November - 17 November

  The Emerge Festival shines a spotlight on emerging dance and physical theatre work, all created by choreographers and theatre makers from a rich mix of experience. Over the two week Festival, 16 works will be performed. Now celebrating its 7th year, the Emerge Festival has supported over 60 of the brightest new choreographers in […]

Upcoming Events

Quiz Night!

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28 October

Join us for a quiz night in support of Space Productions new adaptation of Little Women (27th November - 15th December) written by Rachael Claye who wrote the Space’s 2016 hit The Lighthouse. Our hilarious hosts The Heretical Historians have a high class, high quality and highly entertaining quiz in store. With sketch comedy shenanigans […]

The Full Bronte

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30 October - 3 November

Roll Up, Roll Up! Join hosts Maria (glamour puss, academic, thespian) and her assistant Brannie (dog’s body, ensemble cast, backstage crew) in their chaotic attempt to homage the Bronte family! Combining comedy, storytelling, music, and games, this show of wuthering delights is ‘the anarchic love child of French and Saunders and Hinge and Brackett!’ (Three […]

Latest News

Meet the nominees for ‘Woman of the Year’…

Anna Nicholson’s five star character comedy transfers to the Space after it’s sell out Edinburgh Fringe 2018 run. We meet the contestants battling it out for ‘Woman of the Year’…

“Full of feeling. Full of love. Full of joy and hope.”

We spoke to Tara Rankine about her hilarious and heartbreaking one woman show – ‘Love is a Work In Progress’