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These impressive venues with high ceilings and industrial features like exposed brick walls and concrete floors, could be the perfect solution to your next project setting. Hiring warehouse spaces in London is a popular choice for a diverse range of creative projects due to their versatility and unique character. Whether you're planning an event, a film shoot, a photoshoot, or a live music performance, London's warehouse spaces offer you the ideal blank canvas.

Tutti has an extensive list of quality, affordable warehouse spaces for hire across north, south, west and east London, so start browsing to find the perfect venue for your needs.

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Warehouse Apartment
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Warehouse Apartment
Price on request
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Warehouse conversion Whitechapel
Cedric
5
(1)
From
£70
per hour
Lock
Lock Warehouse
Lock
From
£1,800
per day
Unique warehouse with natural light
FOMO Studios
Spaces From
£120 to £170
per hour
Stylish Converted Warehouse Studio
Studio Jones London
From
£150
per hour
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All Around Events
Miller's Warehouse
All Around Events
Spaces From
£100
per hour
East End Studios London
Erith Stage
East End Studios London
Spaces From
£500
per hour
Studio Spaces
St Katherine's Dock
Studio Spaces
Price on request
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V8 Digital Media
Photographic Studio & Film / Interview Location - Spacious Industrial Loft in Warehouse Conversion
V8 Digital Media
From
£40
per hour

Why hire a London warehouse space?

For filmmakers

Warehouses offer you an adaptable space suitable for many types of filming and video production. London warehouse spaces can be transformed into film and TV sets for a wide range of scenes - they can be used for scenes requiring large indoor areas, like factories, storage facilities, or secret headquarters. 


Another important aspect of hiring warehouse spaces is that you are protected from outdoor elements, making them suitable for film shoots regardless of weather conditions. This is especially valuable for filmmakers working with sensitive equipment or complex setups.


Warehouse spaces are often used for creating supernatural or futuristic settings for science fiction and fantasy films and with the right set design, they can be transformed into laboratories, dungeons or dystopian landscapes. They can also be dressed up to resemble historical settings for period dramas or reenactments.


The large, open layout of London warehouses means you have plenty of room for set construction, camera movement, equipment setup, and the positioning of actors and extras. It's especially valuable for scenes that require expansive and elaborate setups.


You can take advantage of the raw and industrial aesthetics of warehouse spaces when shooting a music video. The open layouts can be ideal for choreographed dance sequences or creative visual storytelling.


You can also utilise these spaces for shooting commercials for various products and services. It gives you an advantage because you have the flexibility to setup a replica store, workshop, or multiple scenes if required. 


For photographers

Warehouse spaces provide a blank canvas for photographers, allowing you to create a wide range of settings and backdrops to suit different photography styles, from portrait to fashion, product, and conceptual photography.


London warehouses often have large windows or skylights which provide an abundance of natural light and give you greater lighting control. You also have the space to experiment with different angles, compositions, and lighting setups. This makes warehouse spaces ideal for shooting products for brands and e-commerce businesses. For warehouses with high ceilings and wide-open areas you can capture expansive shots and work with larger subjects like cars for commercials and editorial shoots.  


The spacious layout of warehouses can also accommodate large groups, making them an excellent option for family portraits, group photos, and team photos for businesses or sports teams. They have also become popular venues for fashion photography and runway shows, with the industrial backdrop creating a striking contrast with the fashion.


And beyond photoshoots, you can use London warehouses to host workshops, exhibitions, or gallery showings to showcase your work and connect with fellow photographers and clients.


For musicians and performers

Warehouse spaces in London offer a cool aesthetic that creates a unique backdrop for performances. Their high ceilings also allow you to build creative lighting designs to add even more atmosphere. 


You can adapt a warehouse space to host both intimate shows for a smaller audience or larger events for hundreds or even thousands of attendees, allowing you flexibility when it comes to the scale of the event. Warehouse spaces in London can also be more affordable than traditional music venues or theatres, making them a cost-effective choice if you’re an emerging artist.


The acoustics can be well-suited for live music too, and London warehouses for rent often have audio equipment like microphones and sound technicians available on hand. Lighting and sound equipment may be included in the hire fee or available for rent, depending on the venue. 


Warehouse hire is not limited to music performances either. You can also host art installations, comedy shows, and integrative performances that combine music with other forms of art.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find available warehouse spaces for rent in London?

You can start by browsing Tutti’s large range of warehouse spaces for hire. You can also filter your search to only include results with certain features such as lighting equipment, catering, a dressing room, temperature control and off-street parking. 

What about parking and transportation options near the warehouse venue?

Each listing page on Tutti gives you location information including map and the nearest public transport options to the venue. You can also message the host directly if you have any questions about parking.

Where is the best area in London to hire a warehouse space?

You can find warehouses for hire all over Greater London, but east London in particular is known for its converted warehouse spaces. Shoreditch and Hackney are renowned for their vibrant artistic scenes and have become popular choices for hiring shooting locations and event venues.

What is the average cost of renting a warehouse space in London?

Warehouse rental costs vary depending on the location, size, and amenities of each venue. You often have the choice of hiring a space by the hour, half-day or full day and you can expect to pay anywhere from a few hundred to several thousand pounds per day.

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