On an architectural tour of the Laban Building you can expect to experience Herzog and de Meuron's inspiring spaces and chaotic beauty, created through collaboration with the visual artist Michael Craig-Martin. The tour will explore spaces filled with vivid colour and dynamic form. These include dance studios, interlocking corridors, interior courtyards and a performing arts health suite - all centred around the main theatre space - the heart of the building.
The duration of the tour is normally up to one hour. The meeting point is at reception, at the main entrance. Contact us to book a place on a tour.
The standard charge for the tour is £12 per person with a £8 concession for students and senior citizens which you can pay online or on the day of the tour either by cash, cheque or debit card.
Upcoming public tours
Monday 12 September 2016 at 10.45h.
To book a place on a Laban Building tour simply email your request to [email protected]. We will contact you to confirm your booking as soon as possible. Please wait for confirmation to avoid disappointment.
Please do not send cheques before confirmation of your booking.
Alternatively, to book online, please visit our online store.
If you wish to book a private group on a tour of the Laban Building then please email us at [email protected]. Private group tours must be 10 people and over (or otherwise stated) and no more than 25 people per tour guide. Two tours may be happening around the building at the same time, therefore only 50 people may tour the building simultaneously.
Please allow as much notice as possible for a group booking.
A non-refundable deposit of 50% of the fee must be paid upon confirmation of booking a group tour.
On a guided tour, visitors are welcome to take photographs of the building and the exterior but are not permitted to take pictures of studios or any other spaces when in use by students or staff.
Photography is permitted for personal use only and permission is not granted for images of Trinity Laban to be reproduced for any reason, or for sale or publication. If you require photography for reasons other than personal use please contact the Trinity Laban press office.
If you are unable to join the tours, there are some areas which are accessible to the public in the building. These are the Café, the Health Suite and the bar in the foyer (during a performance).
The Unofficial Tour
In September 2016, YouTube star Anto Sharp came to visit the Laban Building as part of Open House London 2016. We can’t guarantee that he will show up on your visit to us, but watch the video below to see his highlights!