Camm & Hooper, the London-based events company, has broadened its already impressive venue portfolio by acquiring 26 Leake Street, an exquisite 11,000 sq. ft. post-industrial space nestled in London’s vibrant South Bank. This venue boasts three meticulously restored railway arches beneath the iconic Waterloo station and can comfortably host up to 1,200 guests. With its captivating exposed brickwork and a distinctive, enigmatic ambiance, 26 Leake Street stands as a versatile canvas, ready to be transformed for an array of events.

The venue’s unique aesthetic renders it the ideal backdrop for immersive and experiential gatherings, including film premier parties, brand activations, fashion showcases, music events, and corporate functions. This remarkable addition marks the latest expansion in Camm & Hooper’s rapidly growing venue collection.

Derick Martin, CEO of Camm & Hooper, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are delighted to have acquired 26 Leake Street, which joins our versatile London venue portfolio. We now have a venue to suit every occasion, from the Grade II listed Banking Hall and the award-winning Victorian Bath House to South Bank’s OXO2 and our newly launched Tanner Warehouse – all beautiful and unique in their own right.

Martin continued, “The aesthetic of the Waterloo arches provides that all-important dramatic backdrop for show-stopping events of every shape and size, with a capacity to cater for up to 1200 guests. Whether it’s hosting film premier parties, brand activations, fashion shows, music events, or corporate functions, we are thrilled about this latest expansion to our venue portfolio. Its rapid growth is a testament to the resilience of the events industry and the great team behind the Camm & Hooper brand.”

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