Rich Mix

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Shoreditch's independent cultural centre houses three cinema screens alongside exhibition and performance spaces and a cafe/bar. Run as a charity, it's a vibrant arts hub and any given week could see it hosting an assortment of music gigs, theatre shows, art exhibitions, themed festivals and all manner of workshops. 

Families are well catered for with weekly parent and baby cinema screenings of the latest films, a family cinema club with affordable tickets, monthly StoryCraft workshops and the fortnightly Wiggly Jigglers active play session for under-twos.

Local residents with a Tower Hamlets Libraries or Ideas Store card get discounted entry to cinema screenings.

In spring 2015, the centre came up against a funding issue and attendant on its ability to remain open; read our Rich Mix blog post here.

Venue name: Rich Mix
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Address: 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd
London
E1 6LA
Opening hours: Daily 9am-11pm
Transport: Shoreditch High St Overground; Tube: Liverpool St
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  • Festivals Saturday August 1 2015 - Saturday August 22 2015 Free
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  • Sunday September 20 2015 Free
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  • Latin and world Tuesday October 6 2015
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