King’s Place

Would you like to listen to some  music, have some good food and enjoy some art?  With its two galleries, concert halls, a restaurant and conference facilities, King’s Place is the place for you.

Viewed across boats, a large modern building is the other side of the water, with a round tower at the far end
King’s Place

Since opening to the public in September 2008, a diverse and open-minded programme has established King’s Place as one of Europe’s leading cultural landmarks.

Two orchestras rehearse and perform at King’s Place: the London Sinfonetta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. A busy programme of performances is also hosted in the two state-of-the-art concert halls and the galleries show modern sculpture and changing art exhibitions.

Round tower of office building beside corner of canal
King’s Place from the canal

The offices of the Guardian are here and in the Guardian Gallery there are exhibitions on a journalistic theme as well. The restaurant has a fine position on the corner of Battlebridge Basin and The Regent’s Canal.

To make this place even more enjoyable, the canal side terrace is open to visitors.

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