Chats Palace Arts Centre

Chats Palace Arts Centre

Charity information

Chats Palace Arts Centre

Chats Palace was founded in 1976 to provide arts and education opportunities to the local community, At a time of shifting demographic and rapid social and economic change, a cultural hub
that can operate as a robust social enterprise is more relevant than ever. The role of Chats Palace as a resource for the local population is crucial - it provides creative and educational opportunities to tackle inequalities and offers a welcoming space for community encounter and dialogue.

  • Mission statement

    Chats Palace is an inclusive, inter-generational arts centre working with and for the diverse communities of Hackney. Firmly rooted in a rich artistic heritage, Chats Palace has a key role in Hackney’s growing cultural quarter, working in a dynamic new partnerships with London Borough of Hackney and the broadest range of arts and non-arts partners to catalyse creative potential across east London. By championing local creativity, dialogue and debate we aim to make a meaningful contribution to the health, well-being and cohesion of our community through the breadth of our activities and depth of engagement these engender.

    At a time of shifting demographic and rapid social and economic change where the gap between the less well-off and wealthier becomes wider, a creative hub that operates as a robust social enterprise is more relevant than ever. Located in a landmark, Grade-ll listed former library just off Homerton High Street, Chats Palace is a highly-visible and essential resource for the local population, providing creative and education opportunities to tackle inequalities and offers a welcoming space for community encounter and dialogue.

  • Aims

    Chats Palace Arts Centre aims to:

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  • Overview

    Registered Charity Number: 283680

    Phone number: 020 8533 0227

    Address: Chats Palace Arts Centre, 42-44 Brooksby's Walk, Homerton E9 6DF

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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