Clod Ensemble work from our studios in the Design District on Greenwich Peninsula. The building, designed by Mole Architects, comprises a 2000 square foot rehearsal top-lit studio, an open-plan office, music production studio and small design studio.
The studios are used as dedicated rehearsal and research space for Clod Ensemble’s genre-defying performance work, connecting dancers, musicians, artists, local residents, healthcare professionals, young people and students.
The studios are used to incubate new talent and host our learning and artist development programmes, including intensive courses for young artists in cross disciplinary performance. These learning and professional development opportunities celebrate movement, music and visual languages as vital ways of knowing, learning, and communicating. To find out more about these opportunities, please join our mailing list.
The studios are the base for their pioneering creative health programme Performing Medicine. The space is used to co-design new courses for people working in health and social care – creating a place where they can gather, reflect and learn from each other, building networks and sharing resources.
Each of the studio spaces are available to hire for rehearsal and private events, for more information contact Olivia Amory (Head of Finance & Operations) on firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information about equipment available in each space here.
Image Clod Ensemble studios, by Nick Guttridge for Mole Architects