In pictures: Blank Canvas re-opens Nine Adam Street

Event management company Blank Canvas re-opened the doors to event space Nine Adam Street on the Strand in London last night (21 July).


The space, which has been closed for the last two years and was once a hub for start-ups and creatives, will be available for hire for product launches, parties, filming and theatre events.

The 300-person capacity vault-like venue has been designed by Robert Adam, and it once housed the Green Room Club, the oldest actor’s society in history.

The launch event was attended by the likes of 50 Cent, Olympic gold boxer Anthony Joshua, Chelsea footballer Didier Drogba, West Ham United footballer Carlton Cole, and Jermain Jackman, winner of BBC programme The Voice.

The Blank Canvas portfolio currently spans 11 venues, including The Flux Innovation Lounge.

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