The buildings and park that make up the Bromley by Bow Centre have been developed over decades with skill and care and with the local, culturally-diverse community in mind. These much-loved spaces are now available for hire.
From the original church and church hall to our famous Jacobean arch to eco buildings and architect-designed interconnecting spaces. You’ll see community art everywhere and enjoy a coffee or lunch at our bustling social enterprise café.
The buildings are complemented by a series of beautiful inter-connecting courtyard gardens, offering a restful and therapeutic environment and much-needed green space.
Just a short distance from London’s Olympic Stadium, Canary Wharf and the new East Bank cultural quarter, the Bromley by Bow Centre is an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of city life and is easily reached by underground, DLR and buses that stop right outside. There is also low-cost parking available by arrangement.
Your involvement supports our community
Every time you hire a venue from us, you not only get to enjoy a unique location with its own special energy, you will be helping to fund our vital services that support and empower some of the most vulnerable individuals and families in our local community.
You will be in good company
Our innovative approach to integrated health and wellbeing is recognised across the world and we welcome hundreds of organisations and individuals each year who come to learn about lived experience of our methods. They learn how we transforms lives and health and empower communities across the globe.
Many famous faces and political leaders have been to the Centre and it’s been used as a film location, including by the BBC.
To find out more, see our detailed brochure Bromley by Bow Centre Room Hire brochure
You can email us to arrange a visit email@example.com or simply drop-in when you’re in our area.
New summer programme with Chickenshed
Chickenshed Theatre will be running another exciting summer arts programme at Bromley by Bow Centre from June 27th – June 30 1.30-4pm.