Art event spaces
Art Exhibitions / Performance / Rehearsal / Set Building / Theatre / Dance
The Chainstore & Riverside Terrace
Trinity Buoy Wharf event spaces are managed exclusively by Urban Space Events.
The historic Chainstore venue is a Grade II listed brick building built in 1864 and is connected to London’s only Lighthouse, The venue is situated on the banks of the Thames and has a large 500m2 adjoining riverside terrace overlooking the river, the O2 Arena and Docklands skyline.
The venue is suitable for events of all type including conferences, parties and product launches.
- 7 x toilets inside the venue (2 disabled)
- 3 phase 63 amp power and lots of regular 13 amp domestic sockets
- High speed internet
- 2 x Coat rails hangers
- Internal lighting consists of spot lights, room break up gobos, stage lighting, disco moving heads, mirror ball and 16 uplighters for the brickwork and arches
- Adjoining kitchen space available, catering equipment not included
For more information and contact details check Urban Space Events here
Watch the Totally Thames Festival launch event at The Chainstore and Riverside Terrace:
420m2 (inside), 500m2 (river terrace)
70- 600 depending on activity
The Electrician's Shop
Built in 1835, this unique urban venue has industrial exposed brick walls, original wooden beams and steel pillars creating an intimate and atmospheric bar lounge and party space.
3 x toilets inside the venue (including 1 disabled)
3 phase 32 amp power and lots of regular 13 amp domestic sockets
Coat rail cloakroom space
Disabled access pedestrian only platform lift
High speed wireless
Warm white uplighters for the brick work and spots lights as well as fairy lights on the pillars and strung up in the ceiling
For more information and contact details check Urban Space Events here.
30- 200 dependent on activity