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FAQs

Spaces for hire

What safety measures are we putting in place in response to Covid-19?

Please note that our building is currently closed to the public. You can still get in touch to discuss future bookings.

Physical distancing measures are in place at Toynbee Studios, including in our rehearsal studios. We have measured each space to work out the reduced capacity with physical distancing. The maximum capacity of each space depends on the type of activity – we have made some recommendations for each studio page and will discuss these with you during the booking process.

There is an enhanced cleaning schedule for toilets and communal areas. We have installed additional hand sanitiser units throughout the studios. All visitors are asked to wash or sanitise hands on entry.

When we reopen to the public, we’ll outline the full safety measures in detail.

What is our cancellation policy?

If a hirer wants to cancel the booking, the following charges will be made:

  • 3 weeks or more notice from the first date of the hire period – 25% of total amount (the booking fee) (75% to be refunded if paid)
  • Between 2 and 3 weeks from the first date of the hire period – 50% of total amount (50% refunded)
  • Less than 2 weeks from the first date of the hire period – 100% of total amount (no refund is possible)

Where is the nearest accessible parking?

There is step-free parking at private car park at 8 Old Montague Street, E1 5NG. You can find out more about local parking options on the London Borough of Tower Hamlets website, as detailed on our accessibility page.

Can I keep a booking on hold?

We are happy to keep bookings of spaces on hold as long as we can whilst a hirer is firming up plans but ask that you please keep us updated on a regular basis.

Contact us

Have a question about space hire? Contact us by email or phone.

Alex Brown
alexbrown@artsadmin.co.uk
020 7247 5102

Interior of the Brick Room at Toynbee Studios
Photo by Katherine Leedale