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The Tin Music and Arts

Description

Since it’s transformation from the much loved mainstay of the Coventry music scene ‘Taylor Johns,’ to a charitable organisation in August 2013, The Tin Music and Arts has gone from strength to strength. Named as a homage to the now sadly closed Tin Angel, The Tin Music and Art is committed to creating a thriving, artistic hub here at the Canal Basin and to be an active and positive influence for the community of Coventry as a whole – whether that be through our regular and successful live music nights, which sees us frequently booking established and international acts as well as local homegrown talent, or through our artist’s studio, our screen printing facilities and Community Space, which is used almost every day of the week for Tai Chi, Yoga and Kuchipudi Dance Class.

The Tin Music and Arts is based in two neighbouring building in the Canal Basin in Coventry.

The Coal Vaults are two 18th century former coal tunnels and Units 1-4 are newer buildings which were built as part of the canal basin redevelopment in the early 1990’s. The Basin features a bronze statue of the famous 18th-century canal engineer James Brindley – one of fifteen artworks commissioned from local artists for the Canal Art Trail which extends from the basin to Hawkesbury Junction.

Directions

The Tin Music and Arts is based in two neighbouring building in the Canal Basin in Coventry.

 

Amenities

  • Bar and lounge
  • Tearoom/Coffee shop on-site
  • Conference facilities
  • Event space available
  • Family friendly
  • Partial disabled access
  • Wi-Fi available

Address

The Tin Music and Arts, Canal Basin, Coventry, CV1 4LY

Telephone

024 7623 0699

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