One of the most famous East End theatres, the Mighty Hackney Empire was originally constructed in 1901 by famous architect Frank Matcham, as a music hall. 🎶 Following various campaigns to save the building and its status as an East End icon, the theatre is a wonderful place to see a show, pantomime, ballet and even opera! 📷: @hackneymagazine
We picked this beauty up from an Antiques Fair, and reupholstered it, before it came to live at The Fisheries. It's lovely to see these cosy corners coming together, ready to be sat on for morning coffee breaks and catch-up chats. 📝
We love a bit of upcyling here at The Fisheries. Remember our lovely lobster pots? 🦞 Here are there having been cleverly reinvented and given a new lease of life as our beautiful pendant lighting!
Our six person offices are the perfect home for small businesses who want an everyday space to work together and share ideas in! Book a tour today to check them out, by emailing:
Our aim with The Fisheries is not only to create a space that caters to the individuals within, but to build something that the whole community can use to their benefit.
Fifty years ago The Fisheries would have been a-bustle with fishermen and fillets, busy processing the last catch of the week! 🐟 📷 : @danielbarterphotography
London calling! ☎️ Based on the British telephone boxes designed in 1924 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, our red booths have been created to provide members with the perfect space for a conference call. 📞
The newest additions to The Fisheries! These beautiful chairs are all rescued Lloyd Loom chairs, lovingly resprayed and ready to join our collection of furniture. 💙