Londonewcastle Project Space sits on the existing site of The Huntingdon Estate in Shoreditch. The former printworks was transformed by Londonewcastle in 2008 into a Project Space which can be used for a variety of events from exhibitions, galleries, installations and fashion shows to pop ups and film location.
The space is accessed from a doors on the corner of Redchurch and Ebor Streets and opens out tardis-like inside to reveal three linked galleries - each 1,000 square feet in size. Click here to see inside. Or click here for an video of the space taken during the ‘Lawrence Watson presents … Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ exhibition. Or one from January 2013 of the Trolleyology show.
Londonewcastle are committed to involving the community as a whole, and welcome proposals for the use of the space from all corners of London’s creative community.
Proposals should be submitted following download of the information pack which contains all of the information required of exhibitors.
Following submission, our committee review all received proposals and decided with whom we would like to collaborate. There is no other way in which to be considered.
The maximum length of run is 4 weeks in-and-out (minimum 2-days for a 1-day event), but is at the committee’s discretion
Scheduling is typically commited to up to 9 months in advance
Proposals that are full funded are preferred
Proposals from Marketing/ PR/ Digital/ Comms agencies working on behalf of big brand clients are generally frowned upon
The Project Space is just that - it isn’t a nightclub.