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Tobacco Dock - Central London

50 Porters Walk London, Central London, E1W 2SF

Venue Introduction

Built in the early 19th century as a secure bonded warehouse, Tobacco Dock has been beautifully restored and now offers a series of industrial-style event spaces for up to 5,000 guests. A vast undercroft contains over 30 private rooms, all of which retain their original character with exposed brickwork, vaulted ceilings and oak beams. Natural daylight and state-of-the-art AV facilities add a modern touch to the spaces. The size of the venue makes it suitable for exhibitions and training days, while smaller break-out spaces suit banqueting. The quayside setting, next to Tower Bridge, is a convenient destination from the City and Docklands, and there is on-site parking for over 800 cars.

Additional Notes:

The whole space can accommodate over 3000 guests but the variety of spaces, including dramatic basement vaults and atria, provides the perfect setting for parties, club nights, celebrations, conferences and exhibitions.

Beautiful oak beams support a vaulted roof with traditional glass lanterns atop a solid, Victorian brick built warehouse space.

Tobacco Dock offers complete flexibility for all your event needs. The space lends itself to a wide range of uses:-
Exhibitions and Trade Fairs
Public events and festivals
Conferences and Meetings
Training and Team Development
Celebrations and Ceremonies
Parties and Receptions
Semi-permanent working, office and storage space
Location filming and Unit Base

Room Information

Room NameSeat CapReception Cap
The Great Gallery1200-15002000
Quayside West500-6001200
Quayside Central400-500700
East Mall Conference Suites400-500500
West Malln/a1500
East Malln/a1500
Henryn/a400
Quayside Cafen/a350

 

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