The house owners of Printworks London are opening a brand new venue

The house owners of Printworks London are opening a brand new venue, Exhibition London, in West London.

A 3000-capacity venue, Exhibition London is a collaborative enterprise between Broadwick Venues and the group behind the Westfield buying franchise, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield. The venue might be positioned subsequent to Westfield London in Shepherd's Bush.

Construction on Exhibition will start in February, with the intention of opening on the finish of 2019. The 34,000 square-foot area will function an occasions and hospitality venue, and might be constructed by restoring a Victorian constructing, at the moment a Grade II Listed Dimco website.

It would be the first time the constructing has ever been opened to the general public. The constructing most lately served as a part of the White City Bus station however was notably used to painting the Acme Factory within the 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Bradley Thompson, MD of Broadwick Live & Venues, stated: “Exhibition represents an necessary second within the evolution of Westfield London, creating a singular leisure hub and enhancing the world’s cultural kudos”.

Amy Lamé, London’s Night Czar, has voiced her assist in direction of the development of the venue: “London’s night-time tradition is essentially the most various on this planet and our night-time financial system is rising quicker than the broader financial system. The nice vary of leisure venues within the capital play an important function on this vibrant nightlife, so I’m delighted to see this historic location become a model new venue for arts, music and cultural occasions.”

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The owners of Printworks London are opening a new venue
The owners of Printworks London are opening a new venue