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The new 3000-capacity club opening in an old railway engine house reveals first look inside

The venue is the latest project from promoters Broadwick Live...

Exhibition London
Exhibition London

Exhibition London, the new 3,000-capacity space from promoters Broadwick Live, has shared a first look at plans for its interior.

The venue is officially due to open in January 2020, and is situated next to Westfield London in the White City area of London. The building is Grade II listed, and based around a Victorian structure that was first built in 1899. 

"Exhibition London will be a stunning location for both high profile music shows and private events in West London," says Bradley Thompson, MD of Broadwick Live & Venues. "Representing an important milestone in the evolution of Westfield London, the unique entertainment hub will enhance the area's cultural kudos. The location is perfect and the building itself is incredible."

News of the new space emerged back in February. Broadwick Live is also the company that controls Printworks and the soon-to-open Drumsheds in North London, which will house Field Day next month.

You can find more information here and see rendered images of its interior below.

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