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Hub Sessions

Beneath your feet at the Roundhouse lies The Hub, and here in this stunning, hidden space we have been recording intimate performances with some of the UK’s most incredible emerging artists.
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A new creative centre

In late 2022, we’ll be opening a new building at the Roundhouse. Find out how you can support the project or get involved with the programmes.
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Black Lives Matter

In July 2020 we set out our anti-racism commitments. You can see our original goals, along with six-monthly updates on our progress.

We believe in the power of creativity to transform lives.

Learn more about our work with young people

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How and why the Roundhouse was built

Why the Roundhouse was built

The Roundhouse was first built as an Engine House in 1846-1847 to service goods locomotives which had grown in size and could no longer be accommodated by Camden Goods Station. Find out how and why the Roundhouse was built 170 years ago.

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