In the heart of London

Our first district Outernet London is located at the intersection of Tottenham Court Road and Charing Cross next to Centre Point. Here you’ll find The Now Building and Now Trending, public galleries featuring giant Ultra HD screens capable of delivering the most jaw-dropping audio-visual experiences in the world. There is also a 2000 capacity state-of the-art live music venue as well as further music and retail spaces spread throughout the district.

London Underground conductor
Outside photo of The Now Building exterior screen
Visitor recording immersive screen display on smart phone

Extraordinary content

Outernet’s programming team has brought together the best content partners and creatives to create a compelling schedule of music, arts, culture and creators. More than 100M visitors per year will be able to experience extraordinary broadcast content, live events, brand launches, product drops, celebrity endorsements and a world-class programme of art exhibitions.

A new home for music

Outernet London is located at the historic heart of the British music industry; the place where stars like Elton John, Sex Pistols and David Bowie made the first steps in their stellar careers. Our district offers a brand new 2,000 capacity venue called HERE at Outernet, and a more intimate dive bar venue called The Lower Third to support emerging artists. We’ve also partnered with the BPI to build a not-for-profit recording studio on the iconic Denmark Street whose music shops we’ve restored.

HERE venue stage ready for Jake Davis
Grayscale photo of Denmark Street

Denmark Street

Outernet London has a strong musical connection to its district which includes the iconic Denmark Street, once the centre of the British music industry. The redeveloped Denmark Street, new live performance venues and the session rooms of Chateau Denmark, alongside proudly independent restaurants and bars will help Outernet put this historic area of London back on the cultural map.

“We’re building the largest capacity entertainment venue in London since the 1940s with the highest resolution screens of anywhere in the world.”

Philip O’Ferrall, President and CEO - Outernet Global
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