2 Shepperton Road, N1 3DT
The Rosemary Branch Theatre is a pub theatre located in Islington. Previously a Victorian Music Hall which once hosted the likes of famed Music Hall singer Marie Lloyd, it has a rich history in the London theatre community.
Highbury & Islington
Hoxton, Haggerston, Essex Road
76, 21, 141
Please be advised that the theatre is up a flight of stairs.
Drop by the Rosemary Branch Theatre to meet our resident performance company and learn more about the history of our building and London's vibrant Fringe Theatre community!
The Rosemary Branch has important links to the London Fringe Theatre community, and historic roots in Britain's Music Hall scene of the 1800s. The building was converted into a theatre in 1986. In a nod to its past, the upstairs function and rehearsal room is named after iconic Music Hall entertainer Marie Lloyd, who performed at the original Rosemary Branch during the early part of her career.
Seasons are curated to showcase a variety of voices, from emerging creators to seasoned professionals. The Rosemary Branch will have artists from their resident company on hand to welcome visitors and answer questions about contemporary performance practice.
offices, architectural practice, walk/tour
Cullinan Studio converted this Victorian warehouse into their low-energy office in 2012, retaining 80% of the existing building fabric. The Foundry co-working hub is now home to several organisations working in the built environment.
Cullinan Studio, 2012
Join us on September 16th for guided tours of the award-winning innovative Makers Building in Hackney. Explore the school, residential spaces, and new square. Refreshments and project materials available at Avanti Architect's office nearby.
Avanti Architects, 2020
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