The theatre was founded in 1980 and rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1987. After a few more expansions, the Tricycle Theatre now has a 230 seat theatre, in addition to smaller theatre/workshop space (the James Baldwin Studio), a workshop room (the Creative Space), a cinema, a cafe-bar and an art gallery.
The Theatre hosts a range of performances and films and displays contemporary art in a variety of traditional and new media.
If you are planning on visiting the Tricycle Theatre and cinema why not make a full event of it and spend a night at Clayton Crown Hotel London.
We offer our guests luxury accommodation at great prices, with Clayton Crown Hotel London situated only 2 minutes away, it really is your number one choice for accommodation.
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