Consisting of two charming railway arches with beautiful exposed brickwork, Kachette is a multi functional event space – double arched ticket hall of the now defunct Shoreditch station – constructed by Victorian architects in 1860 and sat unused for 25 years. The exposed brickwork is a key feature that adds a unique touch to the experience, perfect for a wide variety of events from product launches, conferences and markets to weddings and birthday parties. The rear courtyard is good for cooking, and loading whereas the billboards on Old Street can be hired as part of the project and offer 18m2 of advertising space on either side of the door.
Reception x 330 (across the whole venue)
Dinner x 235 (across both arches)