Situated under an old railway arch in Battersea, and a stone's throw away from the iconic Battersea Park, Archway brings guest a relaxed and intimate dining experience to the heart of Battersea's community. Our head chef, Alex Owens, previously from the River Cafe, serves a small menu celebrating the best ingredients available to us, delivering a unique connection between land and our table. Archway’s wine list has been carefully curated to complement the food offering with a range of ever changing high quality wines including old and new world wines. For private hire the restaurant can host up to 50 people seated and is open to guest for dinner and drinks service. Dinner service includes a three course meal from a set menu costing £65pp with a £5k minimum spend. Menu and drink choices and will need to be confirmed at least 14 days prior to the event.
Dockside Vaults is an exclusive location situated within the historic vaulted cellars of the Grade II listed Ivory House at St Katharine Docks. The 200 year old historic structure exudes charm and individuality, perfect for a bespoke event unique to your company. Nestled between the Tower of London and Tower Bridge and having just undergone an extensive refurbishment, the venue is now available again to hire for a variety of events from corporate parties to immersive events, brand activations and many more. With a new team of event management and production specialists, they can make your event vision a reality. The head chef was trained in a Michelin-starred restaurant so food options are fantastic and can be catered to individual requirements.
Whether you are looking for your annual Christmas office party or an after party following on from a viewing in one of The BFI’s cinema screens, we have a wide range of options whatever your requirements. The Drawing Room Nestled behind a moveable bookcase, The Drawing Room is our secret location. A small and cosy cocktail bar, where a library décor sees conversation and drinks flowing. Suitable for 20 guests seated for lunch/dinner or for 40 guests for standing receptions. The Balcony Bar With large views of the Southbank and the River Thames, the Balcony Bar is the perfect space to host your event for a reception for up to 120 standing guests. The Balcony Bar is light, airy and classically decorated. The space also benefits from having your very own private bar & toilets and there is also a lift should anyone in your group require access. Our fantastic chef's produce seasonal menus and source fresh ingredients from great producers.
Southwark Quarter offers a medley of spaces and a full takeover includes the below spaces - get in touch today to discuss combinations of spaces and how you can hire Southwark Quarter to deliver an unforgettable event. Omeara Our live music jewel this venue has a live music performance space, a bar arch, a terrace and mezzanine as well as Omeara'a little brother Rae's offering a second performance space of VIP lounge. Carrubo Carrubo offers the perfect outside reception space, all within easy reach of London Bridge. Here, festoon lighting sets a welcoming tone, and a well-designed shelter ensures your event runs seamlessly, rain or shine. Welcome to your go-to outdoor destination, conveniently located just moments away from London Bridge. Arch 33 an iconic event space that combines historic charm with contemporary style, offering you the perfect canvas to create extraordinary memories nestled beneath the arches of London Bridge, our unique railway arch venue is the ultimate setting for your next unforgettable event. Flat Iron Square The iconic Flat Iron Square consisting of the Taproom Railway Arch, Arch 24 and outside space with street food vendors and picnic table seating.
About Us Located in the heart of Homerton (East London), Hatch is a truly unique venue. The 1950's building was once a print factory loading bay, now converted into an industrial-style event space. With its rich history as a clothes market, illegal nightclub, and boxing gym, Hatch is a characterful hidden gem renowned for its homely feel. As part of East London’s scene, we are a sustainable and independently run space. Facilities & Capacity The venue features an impressive entrance constructed from mismatched salvaged windows and doors, full ceiling height of over 5.5m, two mezzanine areas, a bar and kitchen. The warehouse-style space is decorated with a mix of vintage and mid-century furniture that contributes to its retro-charm. While there is ample space for a seated meal (50-52 ppl approx.), the venue maintains an intimate feel (standing capacity of approx. 60 ppl). The abundant plant life contrasts perfectly against the white painted brick walls, adding to Hatch´s quirky atmosphere. Located right next to Homerton Station, Hatch hosts beautiful day/evening weddings, product launches, pop-up dinners, birthday parties, film and photo shoots, networking events, live music, and more. – Equipped with microphones, a projector, vinyl decks, and a sound system, our versatile venue can accommodate it all! Services offered Our dedicated team at Hatch would love to help bring your vision to life. We offer a variety of flexible options around dry/wet hire, and food catering. We have partnered with some amazing professionals such as Laura Paine, Cocotte Catering, Millfield Store, whose food is an experience on its own right; a local florist - My Posy Neighbour, known for their eye-catchy decors focused on sustainability. Interested in booking? Drop us a message!
Starting price for venue dry hire £7,200 (Including VAT) Shoreditch Studios is a 3,500 sq ft warehouse located in the heart of London’s tech hub, the Shoreditch Triangle. The venue consist of two high ceiling Victorian railway arches with exposed brickwork, open trussing and white infinity coves which are perfect for projecting videos, presentations or photo shoots. Studio 1 also features a mezzanine area which overlooks the main space. The mezzanine can be used for a VIP room, production office or press area. The venue also has a spacious outdoor courtyard, dressing rooms and a kitchenette. Corporate events: Suitable for award ceremonies, away days, Christmas parties, conferences, corporate receptions, fashion shows, product launches, networking events, pop-ups and more. Clients include: AB InBev, Adobe, BP, Beam-Suntory, Bombay Sapphire, Dove, Intel, Nike, PwC, TikTok, Toyota, Unilever, Urban Outfitters and Xbox. Private events: Suitable for birthdays, bar & bat mitzvahs, Christmas parties, engagement parties, private dinners, wedding ceremonies and receptions. Shoreditch Studios is not suitable for club nights. Included in venue hire fee: Venue hire from 9:00am to midnight (late extensions available for an additional £300+VAT per hour) Studio 1, a 2,000 sq ft studio Studio 2, a 1,200 sq ft studio Duty manager PA System in Studio 1 & 2 100Mb dedicated fibre internet service (symmetrical) Lighting truss in both studios Cloakroom facilities Post event cleaning
MOTEL is an intimate, discreet and versatile space which can hired for a variety of events such as; product launches/ fashion shows/ screenings/ workshops/ private parties and weddings. Set in Victorian railway arches, combining exposed brick walls, polished concrete floors, high ceilings and quirky details, the spaces are as flexible as they are unique. Conveniently located in Shoreditch, just seconds from Hoxton station, Motel is at the heart of East London's creative centre. Studio 1: 2300 Sq Ft of space will welcome up to 250 standing/ 154 seated meal/ 180 theatre style Studio 2: 1800 Sq Ft of space will accommodate up to 180 standing/ 90 seated meal/ 120 theatre style The use of Studio 2 along with Studio 1 provides a journey experience for your guests, facilitating a drinks reception or welcome speech/press briefing prior to full launch and reveal in Studio 1. Licensed for Wedding and Civil Partnership Ceremonies. Over 150 year old London architecture. Secluded location. Flexible hire (dry hire or full wedding arrangement service) 63 amp power. Ground Floor, Disabled and Drive-In Access. Super-fast Internet. Cinematic Presentation Screen for speeches.
Bringing together stunning event spaces, creative gastronomy, and exclusive access to world-class art, Tate Events is uniquely placed to offer an immersive event experience. From small, intimate gatherings to large scale corporate events, Tate Events can cater to any event. Our world–renowned venue offers unrivalled options to host your guests, from Tate Modern’s iconic Turbine Hall, to our stunning Level 10 Viewing Terrace boasting views across the river. The Tate Events team has a wealth of expertise, offering a complete package from venue hire to exquisite food and beverage. All profits from our events are donated to Tate, securing the future of art for all. Make your event one to remember!
The Stanley Building in Kings Cross is a truly unique space that blends architecture from 1800s with a sophisticated modern-day development. Originally built in the 1800s as the first example of social housing, the original building is a characterful brick building that now sits inside TOG’s workspace, giving a one-of-a-kind aesthetic and an industrial feel. The ground floor offers space for 300 people within pared-back, relaxed surroundings, while the incredible roof terrace, dotted with original chimney pots and brickwork, offers incredible views and space for 40 people. In addition to the large event space, this building has 9 meeting rooms ranging in size from 4 person to 100 person.
*AVAILABLE DATES THAT YOU COULD BOOK VERY QUICKLY*: Oct 31st Nov 14, 20, 21, 28 Dec 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19 If an event for less than 30 people we recommend The Lab which is a fantastic, AV enabled creative / meeting space with lots of natural light! x ROSEBERY LOFT SPACE 3,000 open plan industrial loft space and is located in the heart of Clerkenwell and adjacent to Exmouth Market, which is a daily pedestrianized street with an open-air street food market. The versatile venue is perfect for corporate events in a unique, memorable location for a press event, product launch, away day, workshop and more. The property is situated within a short walking distance of Farringdon, Kings Cross, Chancery Lane and Angel Stations.
With an industrial yet modern look, The Loading Bay in Shoreditch offers a tech-themed venue with a double-height ceiling and lots of natural light. Panels, pitch events, networking meet-ups and presentations are supported by high spec AV throughout, including 110" Screen with HDMI Connection (Adapters available onsite). Half day and full day bookings available. Microphones can be hired in at £45 + VAT each (for either handheld or lapel). “We hosted an event here for around 40 people, and the team could not have been more helpful in helping us put together the event. The space worked perfectly, and having the mezzanine area meant that we could easily break out into less formal networking and have plenty of space for refreshments” - Imogen, London & Partners “Amazing team, staff, space and vibes. We love using all of Techspace's facilities and the events team always go above and beyond. "Impossible" is not in their vocabulary. Forever grateful and can't wait to see you all again soon!” - Vinit, Filtered
Discover 93 Feet East, a one-of-a-kind, unconventional, and flexible venue nestled in the heart of East London's vibrant creative hub, Brick Lane. Our delightful establishment boasts six unique event spaces that cater to all your private or corporate event needs. Our dedicated in-house events team brings a wealth of experience and expertise, ensuring a seamless and comprehensive solution for your special occasion. Inside, you'll find two generously-sized spaces, complemented by an expansive open-air courtyard and terrace. For a more intimate gathering, we also offer a selection of charming 'boutique' rooms. At 93 Feet East, we pride ourselves on delivering a memorable experience filled with creativity and top-notch service that you and your guests will cherish, leaving you with nothing but fond memories.
Interlude Studios is located in the heart of Hackney, East London. With a mix of exposed brickwork, white walls and metal beams, the space can become whatever you want it to be. Perfect for photography, film shoots, live events, meetings and local classes, and with our own equipment rental house next door, we've got you covered. Bathe in the natural light through our industrial windows and skylights or achieve total blackout at the flick of a switch, whatever you need for your shoot, private party or screening. Our designer kitchen and lounge area flows into the main space, which means the space can easily be split into two areas with our glider curtains. With underfloor heating and air conditioning, we hope you'll be as comfortable as possible during your visit. The studio is situated near several tube stations and bus stops and comes with a parking spot, outside loading area and accessibility ramp for all of your needs.
A breathtakingly beautiful and unique loft space; and one of the most instagrammable venues in Shoreditch. With not one, but two swings. This hidden Urban Garden is within walking distance from Old St, Shoreditch High Street and Liverpool Street Stations. Filled with lots of magical fairy lights, large plants, high wooden ceilings and 12 large sash windows, which allow floods of natural light into the venue all day. The venue is extremely versatile, with the flexibility to move the furniture around to best suit your needs, allowing guests to run a wide range of events, including: - Board meetings / Team meetings - Offsite days / Workshops - Seminars / Conferences - Networking events - Product launches - Photoshoots - Filming - Intimate concerts and Supper clubs. Prices start from £200 per hour. (we do not host parties in the venue)
Our entire loft apartment including roof terrace is a great space for filming, product launches, corporate away days or meeting space.Please note this is a corporate hire venue only. Our roof terrace has an amazing view over the city, and a large table and parasol. The main apartment has plenty of seating and large televisions, and striking interior design and original brick walls. Used by the BBC, Channel 4 and many others as a filming location, our loft and team are experienced and professional in providing everything you need for a perfect location. With whiteboards, high speed wifi, large desk tables for 12 persons and a fully equipped kitchen - The space is excellent for team away days, workshops, board meetings and presentations.
Nestled within vibrant Merchant’s Square, with picturesque views overlooking Paddington Basin, our pub enjoys a picturesque setting next to the tranquil canals, offering a delightful ambiance. Conveniently located just a short stroll from Edgware Road Tube Station and Paddington Train Station, it’s easily accessible for all to enjoy. From birthdays to engagement parties or work events, we’ve got space for you and your group. With two areas available for groups of over 50 people you’ll have a space to call your own. We have drinks packages and canapes to suit all taste buds. Weekends come with an exceptional opportunity for exclusive hire, accommodating up to 300 guests, with no hire fee. With our exclusive hire package, you’ll enjoy a guaranteed competitive minimum spend. You have the freedom to set the perfect ambiance by playing your own music, and we provide a microphone setup for any announcements.
?If you're a filmmaker who dreams of making it big, the best way to do that is by producing a movie. Independent films are popular, and the rise of festivals that show them mean that if yours is produced to a high quality, there’s no reason why it won’t be the first step to something bigger. Not everyone has a large budget to spend however, so if you’re looking to shoot a movie and have a festival that you want to submit it to, you’ll need to keep some budget friendly tips in mind.
Know What Your Budget Is
You won’t be able to film anything to a budget if you don’t know what you have to spend. You need to have a detailed budget plan that includes everything you have available to you, and the limit that your spending will reach on certain things. There are loads of films out there that are produced for practically nothing, but when you do have a budget, you need to spend it wisely. Even the smallest amount of money, used wisely, can really change what the final product looks like. Just don’t blow it all on one thing, plan carefully before any cameras start rolling. The majority of independent films don’t have the same money to burn as a Hollywood blockbuster, but you should still have enough to create a great film.
Have a Budget-Friendly Script
The script for a film really is everything. It’s the story that you’re trying to tell, and it’s your job to do it justice. That being said, if you have a limited budget, you’re going to be limited on what script you use. You’re not going to be able to produce and eight-way gunfights or anything that involves too many fancy costumes. There won’t be any stunt doubles or special effects, so you’ll need to choose a clean script that works well alongside your budget constraints instead of fighting them at every turn. If there are any areas of worry, sit down with your team, and the writer, in advance. You can discuss how you might either produce it in a way that does the scene justice or can change it to something that has the same affect on the audience, but it less challenging to produce.
Think Carefully About Venue
Where you’re actually shooting your film will have a big impact on your budget. While it’s always best to have some variety, there’s no reason why a large part of your film can’t be set in the same place. This can create a really great atmosphere the draws the reader in. The versatility of some venues means that if you get the correct space, it can seem as if you are in two or more different settings without moving location at all. One way of doing this is by hiring out an industrial location. There is a huge variety of industrial spaces for hire in London so finding one that fits the bill shouldn’t be a problem. These spaces are hugely popular because of their versatility, which makes them the ideal filming location.
Get an Experienced Cast
Hiring the friend of a friend who once took a drama class is definitely not the way to save on budget. You should still have a casting director who can help you to find the perfect actors and actresses for your various roles. They should be experienced and know what they’re doing on set to enable everything to go as smoothly as possible. Try and get names that are known as this will help you enormously when it comes to selling your film and for publicity purposes. Your cast should also be used to working on films with a lower budget. When they know what to expect from the set, they’re going to be relaxed, and can share their experience of other movies they’ve starred in with similar constraints.
Make Sure it Looks Good
This might seem a bit obvious, but a low-budget is no excuse for a film to look low-budget anymore. The cheapest cameras now are still amazing, and so if you’re film comes out looking like it was shot by someone who’d never been to a cinema before, you’re not going to get it accepted to any festivals. Yes, the editing and post-production will take a lot of time, longer even than you might think at first, but it needs to happen to make sure that your film is big-screen ready. Work with your camera men and women to get the best shots possible and be patient. With independent films, there’s no longer any leeway when it comes to quality, so you need to make sure that yours hits the mark.
Don’t Forget About Marketing
It’s always a good idea to leave some money aside for marketing purposes. Sending your completed film to a festival isn’t free either, so if that’s your end goal, then you need to make sure that you have the funds to do it. While you might think that marketing isn’t important for an independent movie, you’ll be surprised by what a little budget in this area can do. Organise a film premiere for your cast and crew, advertise its release well, and you might even get your movie shown in your local theatre for a few days. Your work isn’t done when the final edits are made, and no one will hear about the film you’ve created unless you market it to them.
Creating an independent film is a long and difficult process, but it can also be massively rewarding. Whether you want to submit it to a film festival or just have a local release, it is absolutely possible to do so under budget constrains so long as you plan out everything carefully and hire the correct venue. Next stop, Hollywood!
Also known as warehouse spaces, industrial spaces in London provide the ultimate event venue for a wide range of occasions. And, if you’re looking to add a new and exciting dimension to your London event, an industrial space such as a loft or warehouse has a lot to offer! Known for their high ceilings, wide-open spaces, cool grungy décor, large windows and textural details, industrial venues are incredibly versatile and always make an impact.
London’s entertainment and nightlife scene is constantly evolving. The vibrant city is home to copious amounts of venues that push boundaries to unleash the extraordinary and keep the city’s entertainment scene thriving. So, if you’re considering booking an industrial space in London, you will find a great choice of fantastic venues that are sure to accommodate the vibe of your event. Throughout the capital, you will find venues that lend themselves perfectly to a diverse range of events and celebrations. And, in a city that is a constant hive of activity, you’ll never be short of things to see and do pre-and post-event.
Industrial venues in London can be used to host all manner of different events, including: • Music events • Gigs • Productions • Raves • Trade shows • Conferences • Workshops • Pop up activities • Pop up events • Parties • Weddings The vast majority of industrial spaces in London provide blank canvas opportunities, so it’s easy to put your own unique stamp on your event.
When choosing the perfect industrial event venue in London, there’s a whole lot of factors to take into consideration, including the following: • Is the location, right? • Is the venue within your budget? • Does the venue have the right ambiance and mood? • Capacity and size • Does it have access to Wi-Fi? • Is there parking available? • Acoustics and sound – are they suitable?
Absolutely! An increasing number of couples are choosing to embrace the unique nature and open plan versatility that come hand in hand with industrial wedding venues. If you’re planning a wedding in London and are looking for an industrial wedding venue that will give your big day an exciting edge, you’ve certainly landed in the right place. London is jam packed with industrial wedding venues such as lofts and warehouses that are edgy, versatile and perfectly equipped to accommodate small and large-scale weddings