You can choose from three unique and welcoming sites at the Albany or Deptford Lounge in Deptford or at Canada Water Library in Southwark.
Each site has its own unique character, atmosphere and benefits so you can find the perfect fit for your event.
Whether you’re looking for a meeting or conference room, to take centre stage in one of our fantastic performance spaces or to throw a big party, we can offer bespoke packages to meet your needs. And if you’re looking for something a bit different, we might just have that too, for example we have great outdoor spaces including a large and beautiful garden at the Albany to a rooftop ball court at Deptford Lounge.
We’re a registered charity and an award-winning social enterprise – any income we generate is reinvested into our work. When you choose us and our spaces you’re investing in our local community.
All our spaces are fully accessible for wheelchair users with disabled toilets on all sites. Visit our Accessibility page for more information.
You can browse the types of space we have available and individual rooms below, or get in touch to find out more. To learn more about our venues, go to Visit us.
In light of the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid -19), the Albany would like to reassure our bookers that we remain open for business as usual.
We have implemented a comprehensive range of precautionary procedures based on advice issued by HM Government, the NHS and Public Health England, to safeguard the health of our staff and clients, and also encourage safe continuity of service.
Our further response is to plan for any future changes to the current approach, in particular for any government enforced closures. While this could occur, we are confident that we would be able to honour the majority of bookings due to their small size.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our bookers for their ongoing support, we are immensely grateful for the relationships we have. Our doors remain open and a warm welcome is guaranteed.
Top image shows the Albany theatre. Photo David Grandorge.