Organisation housed in a stunningly refurbished Victorian Hydraulic Power Station (1890), a graceful miniature of the London main industrial art spaces based in the capital's vibrant East End, which still boasts much of its original hydraulic equipment and machinery. The venue is known for its original approach in combining the arts with its industrial nature; the project is a tuneful conversation among large scale site specific art works and fine architecture and food which creates a matchless atmosphere.
The Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, London, E1W 3SG
020 7680 2080
The Wapping Project
The George Tavern Pub
The George Tavern is a legendary venue, public house and constant foundation for a thriving artistic community in the heart of London's east end. Originally a 700 year old tavern mentioned in the writing of Charles Dickens, Samuel Pepys and Geoffrey Chaucer, the renowned venue is a beacon for both emerging and established artists, musicians and creatives alike.