|Venue name:||The Tabernacle||Contact:|
34-35 Powis Square
|Transport:||Tube: Ladbroke Grove|
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West Londoners are so lucky to have a space like The Tabernacle. While the rest of the area is littered with coffee chains and high-end shops, here's a venue that's proud of its heritage (it's the hub of the Carnival Village Trust) and does a brilliant job in serving the community with theatre programmes, workshops, gigs, exhibitions and a cafe that serves a reasonable selection of drinks and dishes. The couches are super comfy too, so you could easily hang out here for hours.
The tabernacle is a really nice place you will be charmed by it’s romanesque building and by it's ambiance. The Tabernacle propose a lot of activities as exhibitions, intimate gigs, dance courses, and others arts activities. It's also the main place where the notting hill carnival takes place. Tabernacle is also nice to family lunch. (the prices are not expensive for the quartier) or for a drink with friends. The staff will welcome you in a warm friendly atmosphere.