Welcome back to the Boathouse Creative Studios!
COVID- 19 News update: July 22nd
Great news for wedding and civil partnership receptions!
From August 1st you will be permitted to hire the studios for a small, seated wedding or civil partnership reception with a maximum of 30 guests following government regulations for social distancing.
From October 1st you will be permitted to hire the studios for meetings, training and virtual hybrid events with up to 30 participants.
Things will look a little different here. Our priority is to ensure that our guests and staff can be confident and feel safe.
Our studios are large, well ventilated and now aligned to meet government guidelines.
The studios are a perfect setting for holding webinars and other broadcast events.The large blank canvas spaces offer the flexibility to be used in many imaginative ways. They can be configured to suit your needs and you can create a set from which to broadcast your event. This offers an alternative experience to zooming from your living room.
We are still waiting for the government guidelines for when we will be permitted to hire our studios for private parties and celebrations.At the moment you can hire it for small gatherings of 2 households with a maximum of 6 people from each. We keep abreast of current changes in legislation and update the website weekly.
Please send us a message and we’ll be right back to you.Together we will feel connected and safe.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you back!
Rooff is a construction developer and a key partner in the arts in Barking and Dagenham. The company owns the Granary and Malthouse Buildings, home to the Boathouse Creatives Studios, and is a primary sponsor and supporter of the Boathouse CIC. Steve Drury, Development Director at Rooff, is the Chair of the Boathouse CIC board.