Tobacco Dock is London's most creative venue, working with our clients to deliver truly extraordinary live events, connecting people to exchange ideas, discover new products, enjoy great food, drinks and music, and do business.Start planning now
We've an exciting calendar of events here at Tobacco Dock, from food festivals, to live music events, large conferences to awards dinners. Get your diary out and get clicking!upcoming events
Grow your business within London's most exciting events venue. Tobacco Dock Workspaces offers co-working space, private offices and meeting rooms to suit every stage of your company's development.our workspaces
Sweat, meat, gin, repeat - book today
Meatopia, London Craft Beer Festival, Junipalooza, Festa, Perform X, Bike Shed... Every year we play host to some of the world's busiest and most exciting consumer trade events. Whether your show involves leotards or Kawasakis, chances are we have a space for you!
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At Tobacco Dock, you don't just hire our spaces - you also get our award-winning team. We excel at creating ground-breaking events in our unique venue. Our aim is to make planning a world-class event as straightforward and enjoyable as possible. Our large capacity and plentiful outdoor areas mean that we're the ideal venue for socially distanced, COVID safe events.
How to find tobacco dock
Tobacco Dock is located in the heart of East London’s thriving enterprise zone, within striking distance of Central London and straightforward to reach by public transport, lying between Wapping (Overground) and Shadwell (Overground and DLR) stations, as well as plenty of nearby bus stops (routes 100 and D3).
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Modern events in a historic setting
Tobacco Dock was built in 1812 as a bustling hub for luxury commodities from the New World. Sensitively and ambitiously restored in 2012 Tobacco Dock has sealed its reputation as one of the coolest events spaces in the capital. The Grade 1 listed building is a masterpiece of industrial architecture and an icon of the East London landscape.