New Chicago-inspired venue to launch in London

A new 400-capacity events venue, The Piano Works, is set to launch in Farringdon, London next month.

The Piano Works will specialise in live entertainment
The Piano Works will specialise in live entertainment

The Piano Works, which is located in the basement of a warehouse, is ‘blank canvas’ venue, able to accommodate a range of events including parties and business functions.

Holding up to 400 delegates for a reception, 180 seated or 80 theatre-style, the Chicago-inspired space is set to specialise in entertainment, with live musicians and a jukebox. In addition the venue is home to a separate private function room, which can accommodate up to 100 delegates standing.

Craig Woodley, sales and marketing manager at the Piano Works, described the venue as a unique, centrally-located space, which would be ideal for large groups.

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