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Tricycle Theatre

The Tricycle Theatre, located in Kilburn (North London), is a publicly subsidized performing arts venue most well known its ground-breaking, politically charged performances. They specialise in presenting plays which reflect and promote the cultural diversity of its community.  The venue includes both a large theatre and a 300-seat cinema as well as smaller studios for workshops and other small plays.  They also have a Children’s Theatre Programme which puts on some of the sweetest little shows for kids, often with the use of puppets, live music, storytelling and singing…and with an added ecological or social message to their stories.  We recently went to see The Three Billy Goats Gruff and it was great fun!

CONTACT DETAILS:

The Tricycle Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road
London NW6 7JR
Phone: 020 7328 1000
Box office 020 7328 1000 | tel: 020 7372 6611 | fax: 020 7328 0795 |


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