Exhibition London is a new multi-purpose venue, located in West London and is a collaborative project from Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Broadwick Live, operators of Printworks London, The Drumsheds, Depot Mayfield and Magazine London. Part of an £8 billion regeneration of White City, Exhibition London will bring a new destination for culture to West London. This stunning Victorian structure was first built in 1899 and was originally used as an engine house for Central London Railways. Named after its proximity to the site of the Franco British Exhibition of 1908, the iconic TFL aesthetics remain in place, with the tiled interior walls and red brick lending unique character to this vibrant 3,000 capacity venue, offering 1,271 sq metres of usable event space. Famously used as the location for the Acme Factory in iconic cult classic ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’, Exhibition London is open for hire enquiries and viewings now.