In its previous incarnation Ely’s Yard was the service yard to the Brewery – now it is home to a wide and exciting variety of day events from the dramatic Carnesky’s Ghost Train to London’s first City Beach. Benefitting from easy accessibility and high footfall, Ely's Yard is now home to Sunday Upmarket, bars, restaurants, shops and permanent artworks by Banksy & D*Face. The space can be utilised for art installations, projections, PR events, outdoor screening and unit basing. This is one of East London's busiest thoroughfares and is extremely effective for raising brand awareness amongst London’s trendiest demographics.
With over 250 businesses housed onsite and the variety of events, markets and leisure activities we estimate that on any given weekend, the entire site achieves footfall of more than 25,000 people. Due to the diversity of tenants and activity onsite we have an exceptionally wide sphere of influence across age groups, gender and vocations. From students to professionals mainly in the creative industries, including and not limited to: Art, Publishing, Digital Media, Design, Architecture, Interiors, Fashion Designers, Trend setters, Film Makers, Photographers, Press, Global brands, Musicians, Foodies, Tourists and Families.