Parties & Drinks Receptions
All Hands Meeting for International Client
With over 1m employees worldwide, an All Hands Meeting was no mean feat to organise for this large company. Of course, the majority of attendees would not be onsite, instead...
Financial Services Client Conference
This was an internal event for a large-scale financial services company, giving them a chance to deliver content and cheer with conference and party elements sitting side by side!
Waitrose Food and Drink Festival
Showcasing the best of the Waitrose brand and shining a spotlight on some of their premium suppliers, the Waitrose Food and Drinks Festival was a celebration of sensational sustenance and...
Meeting & Training Events
This was the first time Pulse Europe has been able to be run as a fully live event since the start of Covid, so Gainsight pulled out all the stops...
The flagship event of London EdTech Week, the EdTechX Summit, connected investors, entrepreneurs, educators, corporate business leaders and other global industry experts to exchange ideas, form business partnerships, explore market...
What do the words ‘Accountancy Software Conference’ bring to mind? Probably not this! Forget your clichéd ideas of accountancy, Xerocon was a celebration of the industry and featured a whole...
The first gaming event held post-Covid, W.A.S.D. was the central playable and interactive feature of the London Games Festival.
Historic settings for modern events
About our spaces
Tobacco Dock offers versatile and impactful spaces for all sizes and types of event. With 16,000 sqm and 57 different spaces to play with, the only limit is that of your imagination. Many of our spaces offer natural light, flexible layouts, quayside views and historical details.
With original timber beams, exposed brick barrel-ceilinged vaults and York stone flags, the rich history of the building is written into the fabric of the building. Pair this with our up-to-the-minute technological infrastructure and AV provision, and you have a venue of the future built by the architects of the past.