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A beautiful studio can make or break your London event. From photography sessions to art exhibitions, these stunning London studio spaces are yours to hire, today. Choose from a range of aesthetics, from raw brick to clean-lined spaces – all you have to do is tell us what calls out to you and we'll get it booked. Not sure what you're looking for yet? Simply send us your enquiry and receive quick responses from a range of available venues
TT Studios - Palm Tree Room
Landmark - Fenchurch Street, London - Baldwin
Meet in Place Soho - The Loft
Tottenham Court Road
Blank Canvas - OH
Created by Venue Lab - Dock X London
Brewers' Hall - Court Room
London Stadium - The Boxes
Puttshack Bank - Area 3
Founders' Hall - Meetings and Conferences
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Your guide to London’s studio venues
Looking for the perfect studio venue in London that you can hire for a great price without compromising? You’ve come to the right place. Whether it’s a photography session, art show, dance performance or a recording studio, these studio spaces can provide the ultimate backdrop for your London event.
This is the most important question you’ll want to ask yourself before pursuing a London studio venue. Unlike a lot of other venues, studios can often cater for very specific activities, and the equipment they provide could prove essential to your event. If, say, you’re planning a photography shoot, you may want a studio that offers professional lighting. Similarly, a music recording session wouldn’t be very successful without high-quality audio equipment. Communicating exactly what you’re after is essential in the planning process – after all, it’s your event.
Alternatively, go for a blank canvas
If you don’t need industry-specific equipment for your London studio event, then you may be able to go for a much more general studio venue. In this case, you’ll want to think about the setup of the room: if you’re planning a dance recital, will you need space for the show and an audience? For art shows, is the natural light sufficient to let the pieces shine?
Consider the guests
No one wants to turn up to a beautiful studio event flustered from a labyrinthian trek across London’s transport system. Narrow your venue search by working out the most accessible location for all your guests. We’d recommend taking a look at the train and bus routes prior to booking, so you can be sure everyone will be able to make it. Top tip: Accessibility doesn’t just mean the tube. Think of any disabled guests you might be inviting and make sure to check in with the venue regarding accessibility for everyone. Alternatively, let us know if you have specific requests, and we’ll make sure only the right venues get back.