26 Leake Street
26 Leake Street Lambeth
020 792 84944
Opening Hours: 
Rat Bar: Mon-Thurs 3pm-12am / Fri-Sat 12pm–1am / Sun 12pm-8pm
26 Leake Street is a 1,200 capacity, multipurpose venue underneath the Waterloo Station.

Described by Vogue as a 'cavernous concrete hell hole' and with celebrity appearances from Drake, Professor Green and Big Sean already, the location has fast become the epitome of cool.

Embracing its position, in the historic Leake Street graffiti tunnel, its culture of collaboration has marked the space, as a sought-after hangout for creative pursuits.

The ethos is to bring people together; in a buzzing environment, to inspire and to entertain; all under one roof, that is dedicated to the urban lifestyle.

By mid-2019, all the components of the site will be finished, including: a bar, restaurant, brewery, live performance and event space.

Rat Bar at 26 Leake Street is a graffiti inspired pop-up showcasing a huge original Banksy; the 'Giant Rat' compliments the eerie underground nature of the space. Wu-Tang Clan's official artist, Gary Alford, has designed interior grafitti for the venue, celebrating the creative and collaborative atmosphere of Leake Street.