A collaborative project from Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Broadwick Venues, Exhibition London is part of the £8 billion regeneration of White City and brings a new destination for culture to the sub-region.
Famously used as the location for the Acme Factory in iconic cult classic ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’, Exhibition London is scheduled to open its doors for the first time this November. Event venue specialists, Venue Lab, have been appointed to manage all filming, corporate and brand events, and are now taking bookings.
Broadwick Venues are a creative agency and venue operator specialising in the repurposing and regeneration of large-scale event spaces, and have been instrumental in the reinvention of the Truman Brewery and The Printworks.
Exhibition London is a new multi-purpose music and events venue located in the heart of White City. This Victorian structure was first built
in 1899 and was originally used as an engine house for Central London Railways. Iconic TFL aesthetics remain in place, with the tiled interior walls and red brick lending unique character to this vibrant 3,185 sq metre venue.
The event space will span across two floors; the Ground Floor comprising the entrance foyer, reception space and four additional rooms and the main event area, situated on the First Floor, with 775 sq metres of uninterrupted floor space and a flexible stage. Exhibition London will host conferences, exhibitions, award dinners, product launches, location filming and live music events.