A photo taken from behind a crowd gathered at a concert in our Grand Hall. Spotlights shine down from the wooden lattice roof and illuminate the stage.

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Here For Culture

We are delighted and relieved that Battersea Arts Centre has been granted further support through the second round of the Culture Recovery Fund. We send our tremendous thanks to the Treasury, the Culture Secretary and everyone at DCMS, and Arts Council England.

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Pay What You Can

From Spring 2021 onwards, every performance at Battersea Arts will now be available as part of our new, universal Pay What You Can pricing model.

The goal is to reach and re-connect as many people as possible after such a challenging year.

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A New Hope by Rahja Shakiry

As of 8 March 2021 Battersea Arts Centre will be become Wandsworth’s community Vaccination Centre. We will be welcoming people from across the borough into our building where they will receive their vaccine, administered by trained NHS staff. Residents will be contacted by the NHS and asked to book an appointment.

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Edblog1

The first of a series of blogs from the team commissioned by Arts Council England to come up with a new showcase for performance from England at the Edinburgh Festivals.

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We’re teaming up with Dance4, Fierce, GIFT, MAYK and Transform, to produce a showcase celebrating a new generation of artists across England, as part of the Edinburgh Festival from 2021. Commissioned by Arts Council England.

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Here For Culture

We are thrilled and relieved that Battersea Arts Centre has been granted support through the Cultural Recovery Fund, announced today. We would like to send a huge thank you to the Treasury, the Culture Secretary, and all at DCMCS and Arts Council England.

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Battersea Arts Centre Building 2020

We support the call led by @TheatreCTA and #PullUpOrShutUp for greater transparency around Black representation across our industry. Here are our statistics regarding our diversity as a venue.

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Custodians For Covid - Joanna Vestey

Led by photographer Joanna Vestey, the Custodians for Covid project features 20 London theatres in lockdown including Battersea Arts Centre. Joanna is selling prints of her photographs to support London’s theatres.

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Danielle has worked with her brother, Fitzgerald Honger, on a response to the Black Lives Matter movement using spoken word and a video collage of protest photography.

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coletiva

coletivA ocupação are a company of students from different districts of São Paulo, Brazil. They create projects that sit between art, activism and education.

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