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4th September 2014
House of Vans, a 3,000 sq m music and skate space, has opened within the arches beneath Waterloo Station. The space is managed by LCR and until 2013 was used for performance art sponsored by the nearby Old Vic theatre.
Clothing brand Vans is now using the space under the five railway arches as an art gallery, a VansLab artist incubator space, cinema and live music venue. There is also a café and bars, as well as a skater built and designed concrete bowl, mini ramp and street course.
The House of Vans London is open five days a week and will be hosting major live events at weekends. Jeremy de Maillard, vice president of marketing at Vans, said: “The House of Vans London is the physical manifestation of the cultures and creativity at the heart of the Vans brand. London is the perfect city to expand this original concept first established in Brooklyn and it’s an honour to take over this iconic venue from the Old Vic.”
For further information see www.houseofvanslondon.com.
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