Warehouse Parties in London
Raucous warehouse parties have been burgeoning over the last year, infatuating nightlife in London and fast becoming the 'underground' competitor to the rooftop bars and clubs craze. Warehouses are versatile spaces that can be utilised for photography, film making, corporate events and of course, huge club nights and parties. Boasting a little urban sass, high quality sound system and top DJs are the main features of these epic nights gathering crowds from all over the city. With so much choice, as well as the amount of 'secret location' parties going down, it can be hard to stay up to date. But then again, that's why we're here.
Last updated on 11th April 2017
Autumn Street Studios is a warehouse space in Hackney Wick, very close to Pudding Mill Lane tube station. One of the bigger clubs in Hackney, you'll find ravers and electronic lovers alike flocking to Autumn Street Studios. A great space for some of London's most hardened parties, Autumn Street are doing warehouse shindigs proud.
Number 90 is an art space nearby Hackney Wick Station. This venue offers 3500 square feet of indoor space available for exhibitions, meetings and club nights. Hosted in Hackney warehouse with their own canal-side porch, Number 90 is a smashing joint to live it up in East London. A mix of Scandi simplicity with industrial flair, it's one of Hackney's most unique.
Hackney Downs Studios is a creative space compound situated in central Hackney, near Hackney Downs and Dalston Kingsland stations. A booming underground joint host to pop-ups, late night club jaunts and seething DJ names alike, this electrifying East London lair is just the ticket for dancing denizens and deep house lovers alike.
Factory 7 is a creative events venue nearby Shoreditch High Street Station. With 7,000 square feet of recently refurbished free space, the factory is excellent for live music nights, art exhibitions, film and photographic shoots, private parties and club events. A name face on the industrial events scene, you'll find anything and everything at this unique East London haunt.
Archways with attitude, Crucifix Lane is night club with a warehouse feel located a short distance from London Bridge Station, Southbank. This venue had the pleasure to host Dominik Eulberg, Monika Kruse, Shonky, Roman Fluguel and the wonderful Nina Kraviz. And what with its 650 person capacity, this fun filled party joint is considerably booming.
Hearn Street Car Park is a music event space in Shoreditch, few minutes walking from Shoreditch High Street Station. Its two rooms hosted events from major east London promoters for the likes of Red Bull Music Academy, Streetfest and now are the permanent home of OneMore events. A car park with London cool, this warehouse is a party wonder.
The Sidings Warehouse is a night club space located 5 minutes from London Bridge station. The Sidings has all the features of a 100 years old building blended with a new look thanks to its refurbishment carried out in 2012. Maya Jane Coles, Kerri Chandler, Damian Lazarus and Chris Liebing recently graced its stage, and many more names look set to come.
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse is a massive rave space in Southwark, managed by the London Warehouse Events Crew. A car park bound by giant arches, this overtly booming venue is usually split into 2 or 3 different music rooms where you can lose yourself in music until the morning light. Electro and techno are the name of the musical game at this urban destination.
Oval Space is a multi-use arts, events space and club in Bethnal Green, a short stroll from Cambridge Heath Rail Station. In the last few years alone, Oval Space has seen the following big names command the crowds; Erol Alkan, TNGHT, Scuba, George Fitzgerald, Dj Harvey. Oval space has played host to many an acclaimed event, including the Secret Sundaze summer party.