Fast becoming Soho's most dynamic creative space, Brewer Street Car Park is home to a public programme of audio-visual shows, events and installations curated by The Vinyl Factory.
Previous shows include Richard Mosse, Bill Viola, Ryoji Ikeda, Carsten Nicolai, Ragnar Kjartansson, Trevor Jackson, Dinos Chapman, Conrad Shawcross and more.In 2015, Brewer Street Car Park also became the new home of London Fashion Week.
180 The Strand is an iconic brutalist building in the heart of London that provides a new space to house creative industries, where innovative businesses and visionary talents can collaborate.
With an arts programme curated by The Vinyl Factory, it has hosted performances by Jack White and These New Puritans as well as international exhibitions like Brutal and the Moving Museum. During London Fashion Week in 2015, Louis Vuitton staged a huge experimental installation across three floors of the space.
Marshall St is a unique gallery space in the heart of central London. It has two rooms covering approximately 6,000 sq ft. and is available to hire for exhibitions, presentations, trade and fashion shows, press days and launch parties.
Over the past five years it has hosted audio-visual shows from artists including Dinos Chapman, Grace Jones and The xx as well as music showcases with Island Records, XL, Universal and Spotify.
The home of vinyl, The Vinyl Factory is situated in Hayes in West London on the site of the former EMI pressing plant. Using the original, iconic EMI presses, our manufacturing unit has produced some of the most emblematic vinyl records in music history and continues to do so.
Through our expertise, artists continue to crystallise their music into the most coveted vinyl editions on earth.