History of The Albany Arts Centre
The Albany Arts Centre was formed in 1899 to encourage the poverty stricken Deptford community and improve their living standards. The decade of 70s witnessed the arts centre hosting theatrical and musical performances till it was destroyed by a fire in 1978. The arts centre was then opened again by Diana, Princess of Wales in 1982.
Things to Do at The Albany Arts Centre
The arts centre hosts musical shows, theatrical performances and spoken word or Poetry performances both by aspiring talents and as well as established performers. The arts centre has a cafe and fully licensed bar and also offers a room to be hired by anyone.
Tickets and Entry Requirements
For every performance whether its musical or theatrical, there is a set ticket price. Visit the website for the ticket prices of performances or shows held at Albany.
Every performance has its own timings which can be confirmed by visiting their website.
Contact The Albany Arts Centre
You can get in touch with Albany Arts centre by using the below mentioned email address.
Contact: +44 20 8692 4446
Douglas Way, London, Greater London SE8 4AG, United Kingdom,
How to Get to The Albany Arts Centre
By Overground station
The nearest overground station is New Cross Overground station. It is 0.3 miles away and this distance can be covered in 5 minutes on foot. Head north on Amersham Vale and make a right turn onto Douglas Way. Turn left onto Itonia St and then right onto Douglas way. You will spot the arts centre on your left side. View Map
The nearby bus stop is called “Florence Road (Stop F)” and is just 0.2 miles away from the arts centre. It would take you around 4 minutes to reach the arts centre on foot. Firstly, reach the bus stop using any of the buses numbering 53, 177, 225, 453 or N89. Head east on New Cross Rd and make a left turn onto Watson’s St. Now, turn right onto Douglas Way and you will spot the arts centre on your left side. View Map