Lighthouse Venue

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254-270 Camberwell road, Camberwell, London, se5 0dp Show map
Southwark

Spaces for hire at Lighthouse Venue

from £5500
hire fee / per day
Lighthouse Main Hall
Seating capacity 1200
Standing capacity 1200
Known as the Lighthouse theatre; this venue which is owned by a Church was formerly the Regal Cinema, Camberwell. The third biggest single screen cinema in the country (1940) which hosted many great film screenings with the  Beetles and many of the Royal family attending for Grand movie releases over the years of its operations as the Regal Cinem...

Prices and opening hours

Monday
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
Tuesday
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
Wednesday
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
Thursday
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
Friday
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £5500 hire fee
Saturday
9:00 – 23:00
from £6500 hire fee
9:00 – 23:00
from £6500 hire fee
Sunday
Closed

Facilities and catering options

Up to 1200
seats
Up to 1200
standing
In-house catering
External catering allowed
Parking available
Ticketed events
BYO alcohol
Accommodation available
Alcohol provided
Own DJ allowed

Location

254-270 Camberwell road, Camberwell, London, se5 0dp

Reviews and ratings

4.7

(7 reviews and ratings – read all)

S
Segen Gebrehawariat
December 2019

Beautiful entrance Enough space Toilets are clean and plenty of cubicles avoiding toilet queues The location is excellent and easily accessible as there is a bus stop outside. Amazing team who are on hand to help out from beginning to end Great venue for music Overall a great place to host an event !!!!!

Nothing negative just wished the venue was open till late as it's a wonderful venue and had great fun.

About Lighthouse Venue

Known as the Lighthouse theatre; this venue which is owned by a Church was formerly the Regal Cinema, Camberwell.

The third biggest single screen cinema in the country (1940) which hosted many great film screenings with the  Beetles and many of the Royal family attending for Grand movie releases over the years of its operations as the Regal Cinema.

Refurbished and brought into the new era by a church; this venue will usher in a new generation.