Trinity Laban is pleased to offer our unique, cutting-edge Laban Building as a venue for corporate hire, with a range of inspiring spaces, from a 300-seat theatre to exclusive foyer space.
The landscaped gardens and amphitheatre of the Laban Building are designed by Vogt Architects and have a total area of 600 square metres. Wedding blessings and open air celebrations can be set against the backdrop of the awe inspiring building, and can be facilitated by a marquee for reassurance against our changeable English weather.
The caf√© area on the ground floor overlooks the 'Teletubby' style gardens and provides direct access to the outdoor space. This is a perfect supplementary space for outdoor summer weddings - use it for a seated dinner for up to 100, for your designated bar area or for a casual seating area for guests.
Inside, the Laban Building's 'main street' is a ramped foyer space which accommodates up to 300 people for a standing drinks reception or buffet, with space for a DJ or band. The funky foyer space incorporates a vibrant dedicated bar area and features the giant Laban Building wall drawing, a specially commissioned piece of modern art, designed by Michael Craig-Martin.
For a seated meal inside the building, a large studio, primarily designed for dance, can be transformed into a fresh, contemporary setting for up to 120 guests. Team a studio with the foyer space to accommodate a pre dinner champagne reception and/or post dinner drinks, entertainment and dancing.
A flexible arrangement for catering is on offer at the Laban Building - either via the in-house provision, or via an external supplier. Trinity Laban can also help you to source musicians and performers for your celebration, via a pool of our accomplished students.
Docklands Light Railway (recommended route)
The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) offers a frequent service to Cutty Sark station which is a 15-minute leisurely walk from the Laban Building. The DLR joins to the London Underground at Monument / Bank (Central, Circle and District Lines), Shadwell (East London Line), Canary Wharf (Jubilee Line) and Stratford (Central Line). At Cutty Sark, turn right out of the station and right again on to Creek Road. Take the second left after the bridge, Creekside and the Laban Building is a on your left.
If travelling from Central London, travel from Cannon Street to either Deptford or Greenwich. There are frequent trains and the journey time is approximately 10 to 12 minutes. The Laban building is approximately a 10-minute walk from either station.
Nearby stops include MacMillan Students Village (stops D and H), Creekside (stop G) and Creek Road (stop K)
Bus numbers 47, 53, 177, 188, 199, 225 and 453 stop near Laban Building.
We have cycle racks at the rear of the building.
From Central London: Take the Old Kent Road to its end in New Cross then follow the A2 until you reach the junction for Deptford Church Street. Turn left and continue to the mini roundabout, turn right into Creekside, and the main entrance to the Laban Building is on your left.
From M2/M25: Follow the A2 until you reach the turning for the junction for Deptford Church Street. Turn right and continue to the mini roundabout, turn right into Creekside and the main entrance to the Laban Building is on your left.