Studio Wayne McGregorGo to Rehearsal rooms and casting studios
Rehearsal rooms and casting studios
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Studio Wayne McGregor is a creative arts space for making. The new home for multi-award winning choreographer Wayne McGregor CBE and his company of dancers, Company Wayne McGregor, is a unique resource for artists and communities.
Based at Here East, the technology and innovation campus in east London, and designed by architectural practice We Not I, Studio Wayne McGregor comprises three dance studios, including two of the largest in London, and a series of playful spaces in which to collaborate, make and create. All three studios are accessible and feature sprung floors. air heating and cooling, high speed wi-fi and full range high quality sound systems. The open gallery spaces and meeting rooms feature bespoke artwork based on work by Bauhaus artists Josef and Anni Albers, and pieces by Tatsuo Miyajima and Haroon Mirza on loan from Lisson Gallery.
The unique spaces in Studio Wayne McGregor are available to hire at charity and commercial rates for a range of purposes including dance and theatre rehearsal spaces, film and photography locations, receptions, meetings and other special events.
The first arts organisation to be based on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Studio Wayne McGregor is a place for making, developing creative practice, and collaboration across arts, science, technology and research.
Here East is a 5 minute walk from Hackney Wick Overground station, and 15 minute walk from Stratford tube and Stratford International stations. The 388 bus is a 5 minute journey from Stratford Bus Station to Here East. On weekdays 7am – 10:30pm the free Here East shuttle bus runs every 5 minutes between Stratford tube station, Stratford International station and Here East, journey time approx. 10 minutes.
Canalside at Here East along the Lee Canal offers one-off coffee shops and some of London’s finest street food and restaurants serving locally-sourced produce.
Studio Wayne McGregor, designed by We Not I, photography by Richard Davies and Gilbert McCarragher