The New Yorker Gallery, London Bridge
A stylish New York Loft studio right behind the Tate Modern. The New Yorker Galley is a flexible studio space that features luxurious soft furnishing, exposed brick walls, plenty of natural daylight and a classy retro feel of the 1950’s.
Excellent public transport links with London Bridge, Waterloo, Blackfriars and Southwark stations make this an ideal venue for your shoots and events.
It can hold up to 70 people and the space adapts to allow a plethora of filming and shooting possibilities to fit your brief.
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