Shoreditch Electric, Shoreditch
A series of unique spaces of differing size based in a magnificent Victorian power station. The 7 versatile spaces range from a small dance attic style space to cavernous chambers, one boasting an 18m high ceiling and original Victorian brickwork. These multi functioning, riggable spaces are suitable for all types of productions and events. Located in Shoreditch
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