The Tricycle’s home in Brent comprises a theatre, cinema, art gallery, café and bar. It's open all year round. Inside, the Tricycle hosts a range of performances and films, and displays contemporary art in a variety of traditional and new media.
The Tricycle Theatre has established a unique reputation for presenting plays that reflect the cultural diversity of its community, in particular by Black, Irish, Jewish, Asian and South African writers, as well as for responding to contemporary issues and events with its ground-breaking "tribunal plays" and political work.
Education and community activities are an integral part of the artistic output of the Tricycle. Last year there were more than 46,000 attendances by young people to see films and plays, or to take part in workshops.
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Tricycle Theatre, Cinema & Gallery
269 Kilburn High RoadLondonNW6 7JR
- +44 (0)20 7372 6611
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