Blending heritage, design, and culture under one roof, Exhibition White City is an impeccably restored Grade II listed building, offering a versatile space and venue for music, culture, corporate events, and celebrations. Situated in the heart of White City and the Westfield development, this multi-purpose venue in West London is a collaborative project by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Broadwick Live, the operators behind Printworks London, The Drumsheds, Depot Mayfield, and Magazine London.


As part of the £8 billion regeneration of White City, Exhibition White City introduces a new cultural destination to West London. The stunning Victorian structure, originally built in 1899 as an engine house for Central London Railways, retains its iconic TFL aesthetics, with tiled interior walls and red brick that lend unique character to this vibrant 3,000-capacity venue. Exhibition White City is named after its proximity to the site of the Franco-British Exhibition of 1908 and has even been famously featured as the Acme Factory in the iconic cult classic ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’

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Spanning across two floors and a total of 1,271 sq metres of useable event space, discover Exhibition White City’s unique aesthetic.

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