Offering boundless inspiration for creative minds, filming can take place across 11,074 sq. m of limitless locations. The site also offers an additional 3,716 sq. m of outdoor space for both filming and to accommodate a significant unit base.
The London Sinfonietta’s composer Tansy Davies and libretto Nick Drake have created a site-specific immersive opera at Printworks London. Taking place from Wednesday 20th to Saturday 23rd June, the performance promises to offer a groundbreaking look at a grieving father's quest to connect with his lost daughter. We caught up with Nick and Tansy to discover more.
Europe’s biggest annual architecture festival, the London Festival of Architecture, took place during the summer and explored the theme of ‘memory’ through hundreds of events. The celebrations were concluded by an exclusive, bespoke dinner held here at Printworks: The London Festival of Architecture Patrons’ Dinner.
After a successful opening series, Printworks has been shortlisted as ‘Best New Event Space’ by the Event Awards, and Hire Space Awards have shortlisted Printworks as a ‘Forward Thinking Venue’ in its ‘Best Newcomer’ category.
Since 1992 RAM Records have been at the forefront of DNB. Led by the enigmatic Andy C, they’ve been pushing the boundaries of the genre for a quarter of a century. On Saturday 28th October, RAM takeover Printworks London to continue their celebration of 25 Years in the industry.
Forest Britvic marked the end of Dry January with the launch of its premium non-alcoholic beverages, Thomas & Evans No.1 with the immersive production taking over the Vanway and Publishing spaces at Printworks.
Entering totally new ground, Paul Kalkbrenner’s new ‘Back To The Future’ concept is based on his famous ‘Back To The Future’ mix tape series, a trilogy that highlights his personal history of electronic music’s arrival to Germany during his teenage years, debuting in the Printworks April 29th.
As the Printworks Launch Extravaganza looms ever closer, its not just good music thats on offer... With Smokey Tails and The Cheese Truck first up, proving that Music & Food are a match made in heaven.
With Kim's Printworks performance fast approaching, we catch up with the New York based producer who's picked out some golden oldies reminding her of the good old days in the capital, with a few thoughts about the memories and emotions each track brings.
Celebrating it's 20th birthday this year, Melt! is bringing it's melting pot of talent and experience over to the capital to pioneer a blockbuster of an event at Printworks – London's new 5,000 capacity, industrial setting. We caught up with Melt!'s head of marketing Alex Brittag, to share some insight on the party celebrations in store this year!
American DJ Kim Ann Foxman has a delivered uncompromising quality over the years, and in less than a months time, Maya Jane Coles will be inviting Foxman down to Printworks, so we've reviewed her latest release 'Energy EP'.
The innovative team behind Void Acoustics, established in 2002 by founders Rog Mogale and Alex Skan, will design and install a custom sound system at Printworks with the aim of delivering as even a coverage as possible.
Established over 13 years ago, Shogun Audio has been at the heartbeat of Friction's innovative productions. We catch up with them ahead of them hosing Room 2 on February 11th alongside Snowbombing and UKF.
The launch of the first Printworks music series will take place on the 4th February. A mammoth back-to-back performance, between Seth Troxler, Loco Dice and The Martinez Brothers will inaugurate the series, finally bringing the former press halls to life.
Series listings have been revealed for Printworks London Issue 001. The debut music series from London's new, experimental cultural hub, scheduled to run at a limited 2,500 capacity from February to April 2017 only. Two rooms of music will offer vastly different environments with the colossal scale of the soundproofed main room making for many unparalleled dancefloor moments.
December begun with Project Pogba arriving at Printworks London with adidas. The football mad guests tested the new Red Limit models with interactive challenges, The Street, The Cage and The Stadium, all taking place in the curated event spaces of this old printing factory which included the cavernous Press Hall.
Mulberry displayed its Summer 2017 collection from Johnny Coca back in September as Printworks opened it’s doors for the first time. Two catwalks paraded the new looks, in The Vanway and Publishing. Amongst the 900 guests, faces on the front row included Lady Mary Charteris, Sofia Boutella and Anais Gallagher.
Located within the former printing facility for the Metro and Evening Standard Newspapers, Printworks is a 5,000 capacity licensed venue set within a 15-acre site in London’s Docklands. Implementing a community ethos across all aspects of the project, Printworks’ debut series will feature leading brands from the international circuit to deliver an exceptional and dynamic programme of events.