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Big Sky Studios

Big Sky Studios is a purpose built 3,400m² studio complex near Kings Cross. The 2 main studios on the ground floor interlink to form an impressive 900m² event space, accommodating up to 650 guests… providing the space and flexibility to suit a variety of events.

The Space

The Space is an atmospheric, multi-purpose arts centre set in a delightful and architecturally significant 19th century Presbyterian church.

 

Royal Society of Arts - RSA House

RSA House was designed by Robert Adam in the early 1770s, is the historic home of the RSA. A famous centre for Enlightenment thinking, the building has been the intellectual and social home of some of the greatest thinkers and social activists of the past 200 years. Today it is also recognised as one of the most exclusive and sought after locations in London for a wide range of commercial and social events.

Gallery 118

Gallery II8, in the heart of Notting Hill, is a leading contemporary art gallery housing an eclectic collection of works from international and local artists alike. Our art is dynamic and diverse, showcasing what we think is the best of both emerging talent and established names in the art world. Our central London location, in one of the art hubs of the city allows for this diversity and individuality. Established in 2007, the gallery's client base and artist list is continually expanding.

 

The Chemistry Centre

The Chemistry Centre includes a range of rooms with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment accommodating a wide variety of events ranging from receptions and award ceremonies to workshops and business meetings. Outstanding in-house catering coupled with a range of room sizes mean that we have facilities to cater for all occasions.

Graffik Gallery

Graffik Gallery is not a traditional gallery, it's an art place. What makes its uniqueness is not limited to the high level of the artists on show (Banksy, T.Wat, Dface), but also the fact that it is a part of the urban art movement itself under its own unique concept.

 

Blackall Studios (ex Leonard Street Gallery)

Leonard Street Gallery, EC2 has been designed and created as a versatile, contemporary space. The 3,500 square foot Shoreditch venue, minutes from both Liverpool Street and Old Street stations, is split over two floors and caters for events from 50 to 300 guests.

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