Arc news: March 2008

The Malthouse Studios view from the river

Arc moves into new Cultural and Creative Industries Centre

We are delighted to announce our move this month to our new home at The Malthouse Studios in Barking!

 

The Malthouse, Barking is a newly refurbished warehouse in Barking set in the heart of an ambitious creative industry regeneration scheme for East London. Situated on the river Roding, the local environment is visually rich in the industrial heritage of the East London river basin and canal network. It has excellent transport links being near the A13 and A406 North Circular junction, and Barking Station (mainline rail and District and Hammersmith & City underground lines) and is a 15-minute walk from the town centre.

Download Malthouse map and directions (PDF, 470k)

 

With a new administration centre and large rehearsal and performance spaces, Arc's new address is:

Arc Theatre
First Floor
The Malthouse Studios
62-76 Abbey Road
Barking
Essex
IG11 7BT

Or post can still be received at our normal post office box address:

Arc Theatre
PO Box 1146
Barking
Essex IG11 9WB

 

Studios and rooms for hire

Arc Theatre has a number of studios and rooms available for hire on a one-off or regular basis. Move over the flyer below for sample rates and information or

Download Arc venue hire flyer (PDF, 179k)

Download booking Hire Request Form (PDF, 208k)

 

 

About The Malthouse Studios

The Malthouse and adjacent buildings on Abbey Road, Barking are designated for use by the Borough's creative industries. These industries are defined as those which involve intellectual property and ownership of ideas and include all forms of arts, design and crafts from idea to production and all individuals and businesses who make a living from their creative ideas and work.

If you are an artist or creative business interested in taking up residence at the Malthouse, please telephone Space Studios on 020 8525 4330 or email: mail@spacestudios.org.uk

To find out more about the Malthouse and the development of Barking as a Cultural Hub, go to:
London Borough of Barking & Dagenham website



 

Arc diary of events

Until 18 January '17
Sheltered Housing residents for Havering SNB
School for Scammers community safety drama programme

24 Jan - 9 Feb '17
London secondary schools for Barnet EBP
Conflict Resolution forum theatre

3 February '17
Plashet School, Newham
No More Whispers FGM awareness training

Feb - May '17
Secondary schools for Epping Forest District Council
Out of School drama workshops

Feb - May '17
Primary and secondary schools for Havering CCG
Lucky Me health & wellbeing drama programme

27 Feb - 14 Mar '17
Hertsmere District Council
School & community forum theatre

Until March '17
Secondary schools for Havering SNB
Broadcast internet safety forum theatre

6 - 10 March '17
Secondary schools for Camden Public Safety Team
Crossing Over road safety drama programme

15 March '17
Cumberland School, Newham
Two-Way Street forum theatre

20 - 31 Mar '17
Secondary schools for Havering SNB
Stop & Think stop & search awareness programme

20 Mar - 7 Apr '17
Secondary schools for Barking & Dagenham SNB
Stop & Think stop & search awareness programme

Until summer '17
Warren Comprehensive School, Dagenham
Prestige healthy relationships for girls weekly workshops

Throughout '17
Primary & secondary school staff
Arc's Female Genital Mutilation INSETs with Leyla Hussein

Throughout '17
B&D young people for LBBD MOPAC & Jack Petchey
Raised Voices female leadership programme

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