Photo: Peter Brown 2015
Artistic director: Adam Hemming
Centre Administrator: Isabel Dixon
The Space - seats 80
269 Westferry Road
London E14 3RS
Canary Wharf (DLR, Jubilee)
Crews Street/ The Space Theatre
135, D3, D7
On-site car parking. Assistance dogs welcome.
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Flat access to all entrances and an accessible lift.
One Festival - Programme A
Programme A of the One Festival - celebrity, scandal and topiary collide in this evening of theatrical gems. Featuring a host of eclectic characters, all with unforgettable stories to tell.Previews from:
Tuesday 9 January 2018Closes:
Thursday 25 January 2018
One Festival - Programme B
Programme B of the One Festival - featuring confessions, fantasies and drunken fairytales. A darkly comic evening of solo performances all written and performed by women. Expect feats of endurance, inner most thoughts and moral depravity.Previews from:
Wednesday 10 January 2018Closes:
Friday 26 January 2018
One Festival - Programme C
Expect the unexpected. Inspiring true stories, real life encounters and stuffed animals. An eclectic evening of solo performances where dreams are made and nothing is quite as it seems.Previews from:
Thursday 11 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 27 January 2018
One Festival - Programme D
Looking for theatre that makes you laugh, cry and think, all in the same evening? We've got you covered. Witness life changing decisions, watch life pass you by and meet the boy who killed Christmas …Previews from:
Friday 12 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 27 January 2018
A brilliant scientist. An extraordinary imagination. A boundary that shouldn't be crossed. In the darkness of night, Elizabeth Frankenstein manages the unthinkable - creating sentient life.Previews from:
Tuesday 20 February 2018Closes:
Saturday 10 March 2018
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?
Hagley Woods, Worcestershire, 1943: four boys find a human skull hidden in a tree. Police then discover the partial skeleton of a female. Despite countless enquiries, the woman cannot be identified.Previews from:
Tuesday 13 March 2018Closes:
Saturday 17 March 2018
On an overnight train somewhere through Europe, Karina, a British writer, naively reports a refugee hiding in her bunk. Forever connected by this simple action, these two women are played and replayed in the mind of a writer.Previews from:
Tuesday 3 April 2018Closes:
Saturday 14 April 2018
Drawing on interviews with Iranian migrants, a powerful new production explores the blurry line between our identities as humans and ethnic types, and when we stop being seen as one or the other.Previews from:
Tuesday 24 April 2018Closes:
Saturday 5 May 2018
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