Contemporary performing arts venue in East London, designed by Levitt Bernstein and built with help from the National Lottery. It was opened in 2001 and hosted the first ever BBC Question Time pre-election debate in 2005.
The theatre hosts a varied programme of performance and events.
Past performers include Andy Hamilton, Billy Bragg, John Hegley and Seun Kut.
There are conference and meeting facilities.
Events at this venue
There are 10 events at this location
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At the End of Everything Else
Mark Arends story about a girl who goes on a mission to save her best friend.
Bouncing Cats and the Boom Boom Pups
Southbank Centre and The Place present an immersive, high-energy performance taking place within a purpose-built graffiti installation. Audience participation is required.
E15 Jazz Sessions
Showcasing contemporary jazz from a mix of acclaimed international musicians and local talent.
Blink Dance Theatre weave together dance, original live music and storytelling as they step inside the lives of four young Londoners and all that complicates them.
Choreographer Rosie Heafford collaborates with dancers, artists and the public to make a highly visual dance performances for all ages about clothes.
NewYVC’s Greatest Songs
The youth choir perform some of the best songs from pop, rock and R&B. Booking is essential.
An interactive adventure by Jamal Harewood in which the audience is given a rare chance to see an unusual polar bear. Ages 16+.
The Sorority House Takeover
A day of panel discussions, workshops and music to celebrate female-led creative and entrepreneurial companies.
A children's production from dance company, Turned On Its Head.
Fri 9 Jun
Wow! Said the Owl
Tim Hopgood's children's book is brought to life through a blend of storytelling, puppetry and music. Explore a world of colour with this curious little owl who is determined to stay awake to see what daylight brings.