News: New Chair Announcement
Stratford Circus Arts Centre is delighted to announce Georgina Philippou as its new Chair of Trustees.
Help us give children in Newham a summer to remember
This year we are delivering a creative week-long summer school with Rose Bruford College for young people in Newham who don’t have access to high quality, fun activities over the holidays.
Blog: Behind the scenes of As a Tiger in the Jungle with producer Ali Williams
We talked to producer Ali Williams about the challenges of bringing an international circus show to the UK
Blog: Meet One Little Word creators M6 Theatre
We got chatting to One Little Word creators M6 Theatre about sharing wardrobes, origami boats, and their favourite words.
Creative Schools Symposium 2019: Save the Date!
Join the East London Cultural Education Alliance and Creative Schools to celebrate and champion creativity in schools at our annual symposium.
Seconds out! Q&A with FIGHTER creator Libby Liburd
We chatted with our Associate Artist, Libby Liburd as she rehearsed for her latest production, FIGHTER
Opportunity: Community Chorus member call out
Teatro Vivo are looking for Community Chorus members to take part in The Hunters Grimm, which will be performed in and around Stratford Circus Arts Centre this Spring.
Javaad Alipoor talks to Theatre Full Stop about his award-winning art & activism
Writer and performer Javaad Alipoor has been discussing his forthcoming show with Theatre Full Stop
Blog: Meet Becoming Creator Ayo-Dele Edwards
We had a quick chat with singer, songwriter and creator of Becoming Ayo-Dele Edwards about her autobiographical new show.
Blog: Meet Home Sweet Home writer and performer Kaveh Rahnama
We got talking to Home Sweet Home writer and performer Kaveh Rahnama about his balancing skills, the EU referendum and a stuffed toy dog called Ruff.
Blog: Professor Kojiro Hirose on the blind storytellers of medieval Japan
The UK's leading theatre company of visually impaired people Extant got chatting to Professor Kojiro Hirose about the fascinating Japanese traditional occupation of blind people as itinerant artists...and the quality of British food.
News: 5,000 Newham children will see the National Theatre's The Winter’s Tale for free
5,000 Newham school children will discover Shakespeare through the Every Child a Theatre Goer initiative.