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Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s iconic London landmark hasn’t produced so much as a kilowatt of power since 1983 but, after years of neglect, it’s now one of the capital’s most in-demand event venues.
There are seven acres of ‘hard standing’ space, ideal for concerts, large sports events and festivals (Freeze and Red Bull X-Fighters are both held here), as well as two covered venues. The
1,000-capacity Boiler House sits inside the power station itself, with a clear gable-end roof section offering dramatic views up to the chimneys – a great backdrop for launches, balls and fashion
shows – while The View, just outside, can accommodate 150 seated or 375 standing guests.
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