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Our 1st Home

The London Dessert Festival takes place at one of London’s most exciting and historic venues: the Old Truman Brewery.

The 30,000 sq ft blank canvas space provides an incredible backdrop for experiential events, and is set to be completely transformed for the London Dessert Festival. When we saw its soaring ceilings, sweeping white walls and abundance of natural light, we instantly knew that the London Dessert Festival had found its home. It’s the perfect space to fire up your senses.

As well as event spaces, the Old Truman Brewery is home to inspiring businesses, independent shops, galleries, markets, bars and restaurants. It’s been at the forefront of a 20-year regeneration project, and now offers a unique environment for business, leisure and events.




Getting Here

The Old Truman Brewery is well connected, with an abundance of transport links nearby. The venue is easy to reach by tube, rail, bus or on foot. Find out more about transport links or contact us for more information on getting to the venue.


What’s Nearby

Brick Lane and its surrounding areas are ready and waiting to be explored. Look out for stunning finds at local vintage markets, cast your eye over the work of some of the capital’s most talented street artists and dine at East London’s most talked about restaurants.

Take a look at some of our tips for inspiring local attractions, and make the most of your East London experience…
Old Spitalfields Market, Spitalfields City Farm, Box Park, Tower of London, Sky Garden, Victoria Park, Roof East, Columbia Road Flower Market, Brick Lane Beigel Bake, Dennis Severs’ House.