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The Brady Arts

 Brady Arts & Community Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, E1 5HU

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Tel: 020 7364 7900
Email: bradycentre@towerhamlets.gov.uk
Web: None

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Information logo  What is here
There is a café open from 10:30am - 3:00pm

The centre has a wide range of workshops and courses for all ages.

Heres a small selection:
Asian music, drumming, singing, dancing, DJ-ing, jazz, photography, stone carving, screen printing, pottery and arts clubs.

There is a theatre and large function hall for conferences, meetings, seminars and events for up to 250 people.
   Getting there
Nearest landmark:
The Brady Arts Centre is a local landmark.
The building used to be a school(1935).
Follow this link for a printable map from Streetmap.
Parking logo  Parking
There is one accessible parking space for people with disabilities.
Bus logo  Local mobility bus
25 and D3.
253 is a standard bus.
Night buses 25 and 253.
Tube logo  Tube
Nearest Tube stations:
Whitechapel station - not accessible for wheelchair users.
The Brady Arts is about 400 metres from the station.
Aldgate East station - not accessible for wheelchair users.
The Brady Arts is about 740 metres from the station.
   British Rail
Liverpool street, accessible for wheelchair users.
Approx 1500 metres from the station.
Wheelchair access logo  Approach/external access
Flat entry through an automatic door.
   Internal access
All services are accessible throughout and on the ground floor.
Minimum door widths throughout Brady Centre are 805 mm.
Accessible reception area, 560mm and 800mm.
There is good lighting in the Brady Centre.
There is a sound loop in the Theatre.
The Brady Arts have information in large print, just ask!
There is a lift with a minimum door width of 800mm.
Wheelchair facilities logo Accessible toilets
2 Fully accessible toilets in unisex areas, they are not locked.
The minimum door width is 775mm.
They have good colour contrasts.
There is a full length mirror and baby change inside one of the toilets.
   Support and equipment
The staff are welcoming and happy to help.
Guide dogs are welcome.
Most of the reception staff are trained in first aid.

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