News: Our new season is now up and ready for you to peruse…
We've put together a stellar line-up of theatre, music, dance, free outdoor events, interactive circus, live animation, a couple of Scummy Mummies, and a terrifying Gruffalo, for adults, children and young people.
Job Opportunity: Events and Hires Manager
We're looking for an organised and motivated Events and Hires Manager to join the team.
Help us fight holiday hunger in Newham this summer
Help us give children from low-income families a summer to remember
Opportunity: Acorn Project Volunteer
We are recruiting volunteers to support the delivery of our Acorn Project's monthly free drop-in arts events for families with under-5s.
Blog: What do a Lone Wolf, an angry man called Dan, and a baker called David Sinnaman have in common?
They're all visiting us this week for Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit of course!
Blog: Rufus Longbottom talks roast dinners and best friends
We caught up with the star of Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit
Blog: Meet the cosmic Captain Amelia Hook
In preparation for lift off with Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit, we got to know Captain Amelia Hook a little better...
Blog: Meet Collective X
We catch up with supergroup Collective X ahead of their gig here in May.
News: Tesco Bags of Help - Vote for Us!
We're participating in the Tesco Bags of Help initiative and we need your help.
Blog: Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok Glossary
Playwright In-Sook Chappell a host familiar and unfamiliar words and phrases to pepper the language and dialect of the characters, with some brilliant comic and dramatic effect. We’ve put together a short glossary to help your understanding.
Blog: Jennifer Tang on Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok
Jennifer Tang talks about directing In-Sook Chappell's new play.
Stratford Circus Arts Centre awarded £100,000 grant by Arts Council England’s Celebrating Age fund
As part of our mission to give our community access to the highest quality arts experiences, we’re thrilled to announce that Stratford Circus Arts Centre has been awarded a grant as part of the Celebrating Age fund by Arts Council England.