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Event space

Wedding venues

Ceremonies/ receptions/ parties

The Chainstore & Riverside Terrace

The historic Chainstore venue is a Grade II listed brick building with triple height ceilings and bags of character. Built in 1854 and connected to London’s only Lighthouse, The Chainstore offers 420 m2 of space with an optional 1,528 m2 of riverside terrace to take advantage of the River Thames views.

Direct access to the Trinity Buoy Wharf Pier also provides a unique opportunity for guests / clients to arrive by boat. The large entrances also allow for vehicles to be driven into the space if required. The space is licensed for music, alcohol, performance, films and dance until 1am . It is also licensed for wedding ceremonies.

For more information and contact details check Urban Space Events here.

Wedding reception at the Chainstore venue. Image by Babb Photo

Size
420m2 (inside) 500m2 (river terrace)

Capacity
70- 600 depending on activity

Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible

The Electrician's Shop

Image by Benjamin Wheeler Photography

Constructed in 1835 this is a characterful space in a former industrial building. The first of the two rooms has limited light reviling exposed brick work and steel pillars. In contrast the second room is a long and light space painted in white with clean lines. The rooms have interconnected doors.

The space is licensed for music, alcohol, performance, films and exhibitions until 1am.

For more information and contact details check Urban Space Events here.

Wedding reception at the Electrician's Shop venue. Image by The Wardette Studio

Size
370m2

Capacity
30- 200 dependent on activity

Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible