The Mick Jagger Centre

The Mick Jagger Centre

The Mick Jagger Centre

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The Mick Jagger Centre is performing arts venue in Dartford, England. It is on the site of Dartford Grammar School; however, it is also open to the local community. The Centre is named after the Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, who was a pupil at the school. It has two main stages and holds theatre workshops in the summer.


There are two main performance spaces, a recording studio, rehearsal rooms, a bar and gallery. The Small Room has a capacity of 150 seated; the Big Room can seat 350 or hold 600 standing.


The centre cost £2.25m, Construction on the arena started in 1998 and it was opened in March 2000 by the Duke of Kent and Jagger. At its opening, Jagger was persuaded by a student to sign the wall of one of the new music classrooms with 'I was here,' which he did, the memento still being displayed today.

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The Mick Jagger Centre is the home of the Orchestra of the Thames Gateway, a professional orchestra with an ambitious programme of commissioning new works from local composers to reflect the Thames Gateway region. A new Concerto for saxophone by composer Adrian Smith is due to be...
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