Bright lights for arts centre
Mon 1 February 2016, 12:13 pm
Cultura London, an independent charitable trust, aims to turn Harrow Arts Centre into a ‘Southbank Centre for north London” with plans for cinemas, galleries, cafes, bars and a larger theatre to complement historic Elliott Hall.
It aims to raise £3.5 million to begin the centre’s redevelopment. The first phase would demolish some of the temporary buildings and bring the cinemas to the site.
Cultura London has taken over the borough’s arts and heritage services and will run premier historic site, Headstone Manor and museum, and the successful Harrow Music Service. The team previously helped secure the Manor’s multi-million pound refurbishment grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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