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Theatre in/near Cubitt Town, existing between 1989 and now

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The Space is an arts space on the Isle of Dogs.

The Space is located inside a former Presbyterian church. This was built in 1859 for the Scottish Presbyterian congregation who had migrated to the Isle of Dogs to work in the shipyards. It was designed by Thomas Knightley. It was taken over by the St. Paul’s Arts Trust, headed by Robert Richardson, in 1989, and has been restored.

The Space offers many kinds of performance, including dance, drama and live music. Sir Ian McKellen became the principal patron.

The Space has established itself as a community theatre, offering free drama classes for youths from nearby schools. It is staffed mainly by volunteers.

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