Oslo London is a brand new eatery and live music venue with 600 people capacity. It is located in the heart of Hackney Central and has already become one of the most popular places among Londoners. Interestingly enough, this unique space is drawn on a Nordic aesthetic is a redeveloped railway station. In the daytime it is a wonderful place to meet and greet, which turns into a great destination for enjoying the music and socializing at night.
The Oslo is located on Amhurst Road in London and is not very well accessible by the tube, but you can always choose to travel by train, bus or car.
By train and tube: the nearest tube stations would be Hackney Wick Overground Station and Bethnal Green Tube Station. Unfortunately, both of them are almost half an hour walk away the venue. You can choose to travel by train instead. The nearest overground station is Hackney Downs Railway Station within 4 minutes walk from the Oslo and London Fields Railway Station in 8 minutes walk away from your destination.
By car: the route and the length of your trip will depend on your departure point.
International: if you are travelling from Heathrow Airport, the fastest way to get to the Oslo is to take the Heathrow Express, switch to the Hammersmith & City line to Paddington Station and hop on a bus 30 (Hackney Wick) at King’s Cross St. Pancras. When you arrive at Hackney Central, the venue will be right there!
The venue does not have its own parking and the closest off-street parking lots are within a lengthy walking distance. Nevertheless, you might be able to find an on-street parking nearby.
Access for people with special needs
A lift to the main room is available for guests with disabilities, but the hall itself is not quite suitable or modified to accommodate guests in a wheelchair.