The O2 unveils temporary outdoor event space

The O2 has launched The Quadrant, a new temporary outdoor space that is available for events.

The Quadrant features 2,500sqm of open space at the front of the venue, and will market itself for outdoor exhibitions, food festivals and large-scale activations.

Several events have already taken place at the venue’s new space, including the Moscow State Circus, Circus of Horrors and The British Street Food Awards.

Steve Sayer, commercial director at The O2, said: "We are delighted to be able to offer The Quadrant as a temporary outdoor space. The vast area makes it perfect for large-scale outdoor events, but it can also be used in conjunction with our indoor event spaces. We look forward to working with clients in the coming months to find new and exciting ways to utilise this fantastic outdoor space."

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