The new home of The English National Ballet has become a cultural anchor in London's newest neighbourhood, London City Island, with their spectacular building designed by the award-winning Glenn Howells Architects.
The huge new building hosts a range of world class facilities, including seven spacious rehearsal studios, a production studio with full lighting, and two stunning learning and engagement spaces. The impressive space also includes a beautiful area and café that is open to the general public, the perfect space to relax before your class. Surrounded by independent restaurants, shops and public art displays, this new neighbourhood has plenty to offer.
The English National Ballet is easily accessible from across London, more information about travel by bus, train or tube can be found on the TfL website - plan your journey now.
Tube - The English National Ballet is just a 2 minute walk from Canning Town station, which is served by the Jubilee and DLR lines - only 15 minutes from Central London and just 5 minutes from Canary Wharf and Stratford.
Bus - The 115 Bus from Canning Town every 7-10 minutes, with links to a number of other major bus routes and tube stations.