1-7 Westgate Street
“One of London’s most dynamic creative communities” (Time Out) will open the doors of its stunning warehouse space (also known as Bocking Street Warehouse) to the artists of Alpha-ville. Located just 3 minutes from London Fields and in the heart of the borough with the highest concentration of artists in Europe, Netil House an 1950′s beauty will host Alpha-ville’s Innovation Space. The house also features a fantastic terrace with views over London.
This building is Alpha-ville’s HQs so expect more activities happening here before and during the festival.
35-47 Bethnal Green Road
Located right opposite the new Shoreditch High Street tube, Rich Mix is east London’s cross-arts centre that host a cinema, a concert space and 2 very cool rooms on the top floor overlooking the city, which you might remember from last year’s AV night! This year Alpha-ville continues settling down in this cultural hub, check out for events happening here.
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
With beautiful galleries, exhibitions, artist commissions, collection displays, historic archives, education resources, inspiring art courses, dining room and bookshop, the newly expanded Gallery is open all year round.
The Whitechapel Gallery is a touchstone for contemporary art internationally, plays a central role in London’s cultural landscape and is pivotal to the continued growth of the world’s most vibrant contemporary art quarter.
11 Gillett Square
London N16 8AZ
Established In North London for over 20 years and recently in the heart of Dalston, the Vortex is a beacon for contemporary music in the capital. With seven evening performances a week the Vortex programmes cutting-edge jazz alongside contemporary music.
129 -131 Mare Street
SPACE provides support and resources for artists to make the great art of our day. With over 600 artists studios, exhibition, residency and educational programmes, SPACE has been at vanguard in promoting the role of artists in society since our inception in 1968.
Factory 7, Hearn Street Warehouse
7-11 Hearn Street
Alpha-ville will transform a raw warehouse, the newly refurbished space in Hearn Street, into a space for electronic music and audio-visual shows. Factory 7 sits in the confines of the city next to the tall skyscrapers and is one of the last warehouses left that were once home to the first Shakespeare Globe Theatre.