The Tabernacle is the home of Carnival Village and has direct links with the Notting Hill Carnival. Dating back to 1887, Notting Hill’s Grade II-listed Tabernacle made its name as a live music venue in the 60s, with gigs by the likes of Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones & The Clash.
These days, the striking Romanesque façade looks as impressive as ever.
For events, a multi-purpose auditorium capacity 499, while a dance studio, art gallery, rehearsal rooms & a private meeting room are all available to hire. A relaxed Bar & Kitchen, head chef Mark Richardson, seats over 100 covers with a conservatory and a large off street garden offering the perfect place for all seasons.
The Tabernacle has recently hosted Adele, Rumer, Razorlight, Gaby Young amongst other amazing musicians, actors, comedians and dancers. A venue for all the creative arts and performance from around the world.
Disabled access and free wifi. All ages welcome
More information can be found at:
The Tabernacle : www.tabernaclew11.com
Carnival Village : www.carnivalvillage.org.uk
35 Powis Square (off Portobello Road)
London W11 2AY
T: 020 7221 9700
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12th May 2011
The Marvellous Medicine Ball
@ The Tabernacle
In aid of Chelsea Community Hospital School With Special Guest
Come and join us for a wonderful night
Champagne reception, live music, charity auction and supper.