Leake Street, Waterloo – The Graffiti Arch Event Space
Bar & Restaurant
A little about this space
Banksy put Waterloo’s Leake Street tunnel on the map when he held his Cans Festival exhibition here in 2008; now it’s London’s mecca for street artists and knowing urban art lovers. If you’re looking for somewhere a little different for your event, then you’ve come to the right spot. This event space underneath the railway arches comes with an alcohol licence and a kitchen.
Discounts may apply when booking a week, a quarter, or more than a month.
Amenities (8 available)
The local area
This underground graffiti-strewn space may not appeal to all, and it can get a little dark down here.
Capacity in this space is 300.
There is a compulsory cleaning and security fee for this space.
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekend: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Alcohol license: Monday - Thursday: until 01:00 Friday and Saturday: until 02:00 Sunday: until 00:00 Can apply for late licenses.
The Landlord is flexible (within reason) when it comes to redecorating the space.
There is a compulsory cleaning fee of £250 for every booking.
There is a minimum security charge of £160 for 1 member, if security is already supplied. If no security is supplied, the additional fee of £480 would be compulsory for one day hire.