Arts venue, creative hub, leisure destination... London's newest concert hall and gallery lives up to its cooperative ethos. Set in the recently regenerated King's Cross area, with terraces bordering on the Regent's Canal, King's Place is home to many of London's most innovative and forward-looking arts organisations.
Conceived as an environmentally sustainable and mixed-use building, King's Place has two concert halls designed to accommodate the widest possible range of musical and spoken-word performances and genres. Of its two art galleries, one hosts the only commercial sculpture gallery in London. Added to this are a number of award-winning bars and restaurants, first-class conference facilities, and a busy office complex.
Elias Quartetロンドン, Kings Place
Theatre of Voices: Baltic Voicesロンドン, Kings Place
Aurora Orchestra with Ronald Brautigam and Amy Dicksonロンドン, Kings Place
Isata Kanneh-Mason and Ellinor D’Melonロンドン, Kings Place
London Adventist Chorale: Still I Riseロンドン, Kings Place
O/Modernt Chamber Orchestra with Evelyn Glennieロンドン, Kings Place
Aurora Orchestra with Tom Posterロンドン, Kings Place
Fidelio Trio: Here Everything Shinesロンドン, Kings Place
Sacconi Quartetロンドン, Kings Place
90 York Way
N1 9AG ロンドン
The nearest tube station is King’s Cross St. Pancras. The station has step-free access from the platform to the street level. From the tube station the quickest way to Kings Place is via King’s Boulevard. You may also walk up York Way.
King’s Cross St. Pancras and Euston are the nearest mainline railway stations.
The nearest bus route to York Way/Kings Place is the 390.
Kings Place has no dedicated public parking. The building is outside of the Congestion Charge Zone.
If you are using sat nav our postcode is N1 9AG.
Hall One, 500 座席