Time Out says
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Though it occupies a North Greenwich site which was previously wasteland between The O2 and the river, this brand spanking new venue has the feel of a classic London warehouse space. The main room is big, able to take 3,000 punters, yet with a low, modest stage that won’t make the headliner feel like an exalted demi-god. Next to it is a smaller yet still vast 1,500 capacity space which hosts bars on music nights, and is blessed with both enormous windows on to the city and steel staircases that weigh 4.5 tonnes each. There’s also two VIP levels on a mezzanine, one boasting its own cute balcony which looks on to the riverside view.
The venue’s name has been chosen to reflect its potential to be random and varied. It’s possible different events will style and dress the venue in a huge range of ways. Aside from music and clubbing events, it’s also intended to be used for things like launches, corporate fairs and more. But from what we’ve seen, it has all the makings of a really vital space for London’s underserved music and clubbing fans, all desperate for a purpose-built place to cut loose.