Oval space, London attraction.
Oval space is a gigantic space of 5,000 square meters, actually it is a huge tent. Behind it are the piers of the former gas holders, which gives a fairytale image. Moreover, Oval space has a unique location in Bethnal Green in the capital of England and can perhaps be compared to the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam. Nearby you will find Victoria Park and the Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood. Hackney City Farm and the Columbia Road Flower Market are also nearby. Oval space can be used for dance or music events, business meetings, product launches, fashion shows, TV and movie recordings. Many well-known companies and global brands make an appearance and show their latest products or read their annual figures here.
Oval space, photogenic.
Even if you, as an amateur photographer, want to take beautiful photos yourself, you really have to go to Oval space. The atmosphere that hangs there thanks to the enormous steel structures, the empty gas holders, is breathtakingly wonderful to capture. In the way you want. In addition to Oval space you will find The Pickle Factory, Oval Office and Oval Café. The Pickle Factory is especially for music lovers and creative minds. Oval Office is there for workshops and creative gatherings, Oval Café to sit and drink coffee and possibly consume savory snacks and seasonal sweet drinks.
Oval space, must have seen!
Oval space in Bethnal Green, like the name of the London tube station, is easy to get to and you feel in an almost secret and underground atmosphere. It has an inexhaustible appeal to hip young people and is the meeting place for new performing arts. So, if you’re already in London, you can’t ignore Oval space and all those outbuildings. It’s trendy London and a must see. The abandoned gasholders are waiting for you like lazy, huge historical statues to tempt you to visit Oval space. Have a drink at Oval Café and let the thoughts flow.