Our New Home!

Prism Arts has a new home! We were delighted to move into new premises in December and will now be based at the Central Methodist Hall in the city centre.

The Grade II listed building was built in 1922 and funded by the millionaire philanthropist, Joseph Rank (of Hovis bread fame!) It closed its doors in 2005 leaving its beautiful spaces and attractive decorative plasterwork interiors beneath lock and key… but not anymore! We will be breathing new life into this much-loved building, delivering Studio Theatre programmes, youth theatre, art projects and more.

Prism Arts has been successfully delivering participatory arts programmes for over 3 decades. Our team of professional artists, supported by operational staff, design and deliver programmes and projects that change the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism, young adults and children, older people and stroke survivors, through participation in the arts. Our creative team, and all our participants, are thrilled to be starting a new chapter in this historical venue.

If you would like to know more about our work, please explore the relevant areas of our website.

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