The cultural centres (kulttuurikeskukset) host events, exhibitions and courses and offer facilities for meetings and performances around Helsinki. All residents of Helsinki are welcome to take part in the activities at the cultural centres.
West Helsinki: Kanneltalo
Northeast Helsinki: Malmitalo
Caisa is a multicultural cultural centre. It organises
Caisa organises language and cultural courses for children.
Adult hobby groups meet at Caisa weekly.
You can rent the facilities at Caisa for your own events and parties.
Politically independent associations, clubs and groups that promote multiculturalism can use Caisa’s meeting rooms and organise their events at Caisa. Your community can use Caisa’s meeting rooms from Monday to Saturday for 2 hours for free. After that, you must pay rent.
Caisa helps artists with different cultural backgrounds to find cooperation partners. Professional artists can rent facilities and art galleries from Caisa.
Annantalo is an art centre for children and young people. It organises art training, exhibitions and public events.
The Savoy Theatre organises international and Finnish music and dance performances, as well as musical theatre.
Stoa is an international cultural centre. Stoa organises dance and modern circus performances, festivals, art education, exhibitions and multicultural performances and events.
Vuotalo organises a variety of cultural events, changing exhibitions and art education for children and young people.
Kanneltalo organises theatre performances and concerts, for example.
Malmitalo’s activities include films, rhythmic music and children’s events.