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Written by Luke Bull
October 18, 2022
Our favourite studio spaces in London
When it comes to finding a studio space in London, it can be hard to find the right venue for you.
With many different studio spaces in London, from corporate use to creative use or even both, it leaves you with an overload of endless possibilities. This can be overwhelming at first because it is important to find a suitable space with all the right equipment and facilities that best suit your needs.
But don't worry, because we have found a variety of studio spaces dotted across London. Whether it's for production, music, photography, podcasts, castings or business, we have you covered.
So here are our favourite studios in London.
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1. A studio fit for any event in London: Motel Studios
With over 6000 square feet of visionary space, Motel Studio in London has many facilities for a creative mind.
This venue has three studios, where gentle daylight at the East and West of the space illuminates the studio nicely. With a combination of both Victorian and Urban architecture, this studio features mid-century furnishings with an industrial aesthetic.
Whether it is a fashion show, brand activation, a business event or a photoshoot, Motel Studio accommodates any event. There is flexibility when it comes to your brief, whether it be design or catering, it will be your bespoke event.
Motel Studios are easy to access, with a short walk from Hoxton overground station.
2. A London studio space for photographers and film-makers: Shoreditch Studios Ltd.
A studio fit for photographers and filmmakers is Shoreditch Studios Ltd in London.
With 6000 square feet of high ceilinged space, this venue is found under railway arches, with idyllic curved ceilings, as well as having easy access to other tube stations, like Bond Street Station and Liverpool Street Station.
The studios come with their own hair and make-up rooms, as well as a wide range of lighting equipment. This venue has high-quality sound systems in every space and can arrange local caterers to provide delicious food for all shoot bookings.
Motel Studios come with off-street private parking and disabled access.
3. Two studio spaces in London to hire: Espero Studio
Espero Studio has two studios in London available to hire.
Espero’s Brick Lane Studio features high ceilings, exposed brickwork and plenty of daylight bursting through industrial bay windows. It has 565 square feet of space on a split level, with several vintage and industrial props.
Espero's Blackout Studio is a basement space, with many facets like a makeup and hair corner, production room and lighting equipment. This space is suitable for photoshoots and filming.
These Studios are easy to access with Brick Lane Studio’s closest station being Liverpool Street station and the Blackout Studio's nearest station being Canary Wharf station.
4. A music production studio space in London: Soho Sonic Studios
A music studio in London which specialises in music production.
Soho Sonic Studios have a production team who will help cater to and prepare for all your audio requirements. There are several sound engineers and producers who have plenty of experience to assist you with your projects.
Sonic Studio has plenty of rooms with a vast range of musical and production equipment to host your visions. Every studio, has plenty of daylight, with comfy leather sofas to corroborate in before getting on your feet.
It is just a short walk from Oxford Circus station.
5. A studio space in London with all the gear: The Recording Studio London
The Recording Studio London has two studios ready and waiting for your next project.
Studio 1, is their main state-of-the-art recording studio located in East London, a place full of creativity.
From full production to live recording, this studio is suitable for anyone looking to create. This studio comes with an Analogue Mixing Console and a wide range of high-end outboards, microphones and instruments so that you can produce the highest quality work.
Studio 2, is better suited for smaller-scale productions with a smaller budget. This studio features a large control room, a live room and technological equipment. All of which will help produce a high-grade result.
It is just a short journey from Limehouse station
6. A casting studio space in London: The RedBrick Studio
The RedBrick East is a Shoreditch studio in London which specialises in casting.
The Studios are stylishly furnished, being simple yet sophisticated. The studios are excellent in Full, Dry and Damp hire. So whether you are looking to cast your new film or record a self-tape, this venue is suitable for you.
RedBrick Studios also offer several in-house production services to help you with your castings, from a small meeting to editing castings.
The RedBrick Studios are easily accessible from either Liverpool Street Station or Shoreditch High Street station.
7. Londons podcast studio space: The Outset Studio
With the choice of the London Bridge Studio or the Hoxton Studio, you are sorted when looking to hire somewhere to record a podcast.
Outsets Hoxton Studio provides both audio and video bookings, with a lot of equipment at your disposal. From backdrops, green screens and lighting to microphones, headphones and tripods this studio has it all.
The Hoxton Studio has a simple yet stylish interior, with comfy sofas and plenty of space.
London Bridge Studio, again, offers both Audio and video bookings, with the same equipment as the Hoxton Studio, as well as the choice of a sound engineer, a Mix Vision Device and Monitor and many more accessories.
London Bridge is just a short walk away from Southwark station.
Hoxton Studio is a 2-minute walk from Hoxton station.
8. A solar powered studio in London: The Premises Studio
For recording, mixing and rehearsal studios, head on over to Hoxton station, as The Premises Studio in London is just a short walk away.
Recording Studio A, has all the space and equipment to produce your best work yet. This 1000-square-foot rooftop studio, has 4 private areas and a conservatory area, meaning you can make your music with many great facilities and views.
Not only is this studio fully solar powered, but it comes with a ton of equipment, from microphones, monitors, consoles, outboards and several instruments.
There are 8 rehearsal studios to choose from, all of which are acoustically equipped and have plenty of space and instruments. The studios include lighting fixtures and somewhere comfy to sit in between rehearsals.
This venue also hosts Christmas party's in these great spaces.
9. A studio space in London that does it all: Noatune Studios
Whether it be writing, recording, mixing or mastering Noatune Studios in London is a great place to do this.
Whether you want to work with Noatun’s highly experienced engineers or work with your own team, you will achieve the best result, as there is plenty of equipment in every studio to work with.
If you choose to hire a studio, you can use all the equipment for free, such as a wide range of microphones, outboards, monitors, computers, interfaces and many instruments.
Every studio has amply room but is still a personal and intimate space to get creative in. The Scandinavian-inspired interior design of every studio is a professional and comfortable sanctuary.
It is just a short walk from London Fields station.
10. A studio space in London with greenscreens: Camberwell Studios
For greenscreen and 3D virtual productions, Camberwell Studios are the ideal place in London to visit.
There are many tools and equipment to use or be assisted with, including Unreal Engine and photorealism, Artificial Intelligence, augmented reality and virtual reality.
With several studios to pick from, all are set up with a green screen, but can be repainted to white or draped to black upon arrangement.
There are lighting fixtures in place, with several Operators and Lighting Specialists, Production Assistants and Runners to help you out.
So whether it's for corporate or creative use, this London studio is a great venue to use.
It is just a short walk from Loughborough Junction station.
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A 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 backdrops to clean-lined commercial photography studios – the best studio lighting and equipment could be at your fingertips. Not sure what you're looking for yet? Browse these London spaces near you. When you’re ready, send us your enquiry and receive quick responses from the best studios in London. Simple.
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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.
For studio spaces in London, you're spoilt for choice. Here are a few extra special ones that we vouch for:
Black Studio, Studio Spaces – This renovated factory is a spacious option and is one of the few blackout studios in London.
Studio 1, Laban Building – With floor-to-ceiling windows and plain white walls, this studio is a versatile studio space that can be adapted to fit your needs.
There really is no one answer to this question: so many variables come into play when understanding the cost of exclusive hire of a studio. It depends on the faciliities - whether you need a blank canvas, recording tech, lighting or mirrors. Are you hiring hourly, by day or for longer? The good news is that you can find a great studio for pretty much any budget (okay, almost any budget). Instead of letting the studios dictate the price, our advice is to be proactive and set a budget that you feel comfortable with – this way, studios in your price range can reach out to you through HeadBox.
There are lots of ways to book a London studio space. You can do the old-fashioned thing and pick up the phone, or email the venue directly. Unfortunately, lots of venues are busy and may not get back to you in time. That's where we come in. Give us your enquiry and we'll reach out to the best studio spaces in London and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.