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RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH CENTRE FOR DISABILITY AND THE ARTS

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The Richard Attenborough Centre for Disability and the Arts is part of the University of Leicester and is a multi-use inclusive arts centre located in Lancaster Road in the City of Leicester. The building was designed by the architect Ian Taylor with Bennetts Associates and was built between 1994-1997.

The facility was championed by Lord Attenborough, after which the building is named, and is a purpose built space for the promotion of arts and disability. The facility offers outreach programmes and inclusive arts practice for artists and audiences from across the country.

The building is rectangular in plan and consists of three storeys. The façade of the building is panelled and features large glass windows.

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