Two stunning, glossy black steel staircases open directly into 775 sq metres of main event space. As you enter the room, you will be wowed by the original high pitched ceiling with exposed roof trusses, original crane structure, polished concrete flooring, brass finishings and decorative lighting. Servicing the main events area is a beautiful bar, crafted from reclaimed timber, zinc and antique brass.
The First Floor features removable staging infrastructure allowing for flexible room configurations. Exhibition London boasts a digital audio system specified for live music, providing spectacular sound and acoustics as well as a high-end lighting rig, both of which will be available for events as a plug and play option. This impressive in-house setup makes Exhibition London the perfect choice for all large-scale events.
Underground: Hammersmith and City Line: Wood Lane
Overground: Shepherd's Bush
Underground: Central Line: White City, Shepherd's Bush
Loading area suitable for one articulated lorry. Access to holding bays within Westfield for further vehicles. Street-level drive-in access for automotive directly into the Ground Floor event space (entrance doors W 2.2m)
PRODUCTION & STAGING
With a strong technical in-house offering of pre-installed rigging, lighting, sound, cable infrastructure, staging and drapes which can easily be added or adapted to curate your show or event.
Exhibition London will work with our preferred suppliers who will base the security plan on the risk assessment agreed with you.
OBA. A rate card is available on request.
There are female, male and accessible toilets located on the Ground Floor.
The venue has a fully functioning kitchen on the Ground Floor. We work with one of the industry’s leading caterers, Create who are at the forefront of the London events world.
We are registered Good to Go.
Exhibition London is a new multi-purpose filming and creative event space located in the heart of the Westfield London development. This unique Grade II listed structure was first built in 1899 and originally used as an engine house for Central London Railways. Iconic TFL aesthetics remain in place, with the red brick and tiled interior walls lending unique character to this dynamic venue with 1,300sqm usable event space.
Famously used as the location for the Acme Factory in cult classic ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’, Exhibition London is perfect for location filming and photography as well as conferences, product launches and live music events.