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The world’s largest centre for contemporary dance, Laban offers specialist training to up-and-coming dance artists. Its ultra-modern home, designed by acclaimed architects Herzog and de Meuron of
Tate Modern fame, won the prestigious Stirling Prize for Architecture when it opened in 2003. Clean-lined and contemporary interiors comprise a 294-seat theatre, 100-seat lecture theatre, 12
studios and a funky foyer area for up to 400. Outside, a 200-seat amphitheatre has been carved into landscaped gardens, offering a tranquil setting for alfresco functions and weddings. Laban is
easily accessible from central London, being just a few minutes’ walk from Cutty Sark station.
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