Part creative community, part arts venue, Village Underground in Shoreditch is a former industrial space repurposed for all kinds of cultural events.
The main public area, inside a renovated warehouse, is primed for everything from gigs and club nights to award-ceremonies, exhibitions, theatre, live art and other performances, as well as being available for private hire.
At the top of the venue, four recycled tube carriages and shipping containers make up creative studios accommodating up to 30 artists, playwrights, filmmakers, architects, photographers, producers and startups working side-by-side.
Previous tenants include theatre company Punchdrunk, author and poet Joe Dunthorne, and LGBTQI+ performance collective Sink The Pink.
The outside of the building in Holywell Lane forms the largest dedicated street art wall in London, and it is repainted every three months by locally, nationally and internationally renowned artists.