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Once home to London’s largest brewery, Old Truman, in East London, is now one of the most unique exhibition centres in the UK.
Situated in the uber-trendy suburb of Shoreditch, off Brick Lane, it is no surprise that the Old Truman Brewery is known globally as London’s primary exhibition centre for creative business events.
Two decades of regeneration and investment have transformed this once derelict London building into a spectacular event space. Dating back to the 1830s, the venue has kept many of its original features intact – including the famous 50m high Truman Brewery chimney.
The main hall is the Grade 2 listed Boiler House, a stunning industrial brick warehouse. With soaring ceilings, large windows and skylights this space provides an abundance of natural light, making it a spacious and airy exhibition centre.
As well as outdoor spaces such as Ely’s Yard, and the recently redeveloped F Block warehouse, the Old Truman Brewery provides a range of versatile and multipurpose event spaces.
Situated in the fashionable Brick Lane area, the Old Truman Brewery has a convenient central London location. The exhibition venue can be easily reached by tube, rail or bus.
Liverpool Street Station, which can be accessed by national rail services, is only a mere 10-minute walk to the venue.
If you’re heading there on the tube, then Shoreditch High Street Station, on the Hammersmith & City line, is only a five-minute walk away.
And with Heathrow, Stanstead, City Airport and Gatwick all less than one hour away by public transport, the venue is easy to get to from anywhere in the world.
The Old Truman Brewery has three public car parks, open 7 days a week and manned 24 hours a day. If you’re driving to the venue, the postcode for your satnav is: E1 6QL.
Although the Old Truman Brewery was built in the seventeenth century, the site had been a brewery since 1666.
After joining shortly after its opening, Joseph Truman acquired the lease of the brewery in 1679. Through the Truman family’s efforts the business expanded rapidly over the following years. By 1748 the brewery was the third largest one in the world.
In 1816, the brewery was taken over by the Pryor brothers, who took the company to new levels. By 1853 the brewery was the largest in the world, producing 400,000 barrels of beer each year, with a site covering six acres.
The Truman Brewery was so well known at this time, it even got referenced in Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield. In the famous author’s 1850 novel, his character Mrs Micawber complains that her husband isn’t even able to gain employment at the Truman Brewery.
In 1989, the brewery was sold off, and it seemed like it was closing time for Old Truman. But after years of decline, the site was taken over by the Zeloof Partnership in 1995.
Since then the brewery buildings have been developed to become a thriving arts and exhibition centre.
As leading exhibition designers and suppliers for 20 years, we have created many business-enhancing stands for exhibitors at Old Truman Brewery, London.
Our specialist team of dynamic and dedicated designers and installers have had the honour of helping our many valued clients with their exhibiting needs.
All this experience means we have mastered our processes and logistics when it comes to this East London venue.
From your initial inquiry right up until the final installation, you can trust Quadrant2Design to get your exhibit at Old Truman, London right every time.
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