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Street view of the entrance to our art studio

Assembly Arts are proud to be based in the beautiful Assembly Rooms, an 18th century grade 2 listed heritage building dating from 1759.  The lovely Georgian building which is abundant with history and character provided a venue for concerts and balls and raised money to support the adjoining almshouses on King Street.  The building was previously home to Ludus, the young peoples dance charity. 

In easy reach of both the railway and bus stations, the building is located in historic Lancaster city centre just a short distance from the Marketplace Shopping Centre and other Georgian gems including the City Museum in Market Square, the Maritime Museum on St George's Quay and the magnificent Lancaster Castle.  

Lancaster Castle - a nearby landmark

Don't wait for inspiration. It comes while working

- Henri Matisse

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