The COP26 Arts Hub: The Dream Machine

This space will have bookable studio space for artivists of all kinds, we hope to have space for creating banners and sculptural creations as well as rehearsal space for performing arts.  Find out more about The Dream Room, Dream Lab and The Dream Meeting Room. 

Accessibility: All rooms are fully wheelchair accessible. 

Covid: All attendees will need to show a negative lateral flow before being admitted. Masks must be worn. Please read the guidelines here

How to Book the Dream Machine

Please fill in the form below to apply to use the Dream Machine for studio space, rehearsal space, workshops space, or meeting space. Check out the information below before you apply.

Available Spaces

1. Rehearse and Perform: The Dream Room

The Dream Room is an adaptable multi-sensory venue, ideal for artists rehearsing or working with multi-media arts. The room has controllable mood lighting, underfloor heating, surround sound, and immersive projectable walls.
 

Capacity: 14 people under current government guidelines. 

Booking Periods: Available for booking in half day slots (10-3:30pm or 4-9:30pm)

2. Make and Create: The Dream Lab

The Dream Lab is suitable for making, crafting e.g. creating print and banners. It can also double up as a brilliant rehearsal space. 
 
Capacity:  22 people under current government guidelines.
 
Booking Periods: Available for booking in whole day slots (10am-10pm)

3. Plan and Organise: The Dream Meet

This space is suitable for meetings and planning. The tiered seating is in the style of an amphitheatre. See the picture below. 

Capacity: 14 people under current government guidelines.

Booking Period: Available for 2 hour meeting slots.

Apply via the link above.

Looking for further meeting Rooms, hot desks and event space?

We are bringing together local community venues and faith halls to provide a network of rooms that will be bookable via our system by the hour, half-day or day. Search for available venues in our Spaces for Change database here.

Photo Credit to Jaye Reynolds

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