Printworks (London)

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Location Rotherhithe, London, England
Coordinates 51°29′51″N0°02′38″W / 51.497482°N 0.043987°W / 51.497482; -0.043987 Coordinates: 51°29′51″N0°02′38″W / 51.497482°N 0.043987°W / 51.497482; -0.043987
Type Nightclub
Capacity 5,000

Printworks is a nightclub and events venue in Rotherhithe, South London. It is located in the former Harmsworth Quays printing plant [1] , which printed newspapers including the Daily Mail and Evening Standard until 2012. [2]



Some features of the printing plant have been retained including the van loading dock and metal stairs, creating an industrial feel in the club. The club has an overall capacity of 5,000 people for DJ events [3] across two performance rooms (the Print Halls and the Darkroom).


It opened in 2017 with an event by Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers and Loco Dice. [4]

Awards and Nominations

DJ Magazine's top 100 Clubs

201814New Entry [5]
20199N/A [6]
20205N/A [7]

International Dance Music Awards

2019Best Global ClubPrintworks - London, UKNominated [8]

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  1. Mayor of London
  2. The Guardian
  3. Southwark Council
  4. Mixmag
  5. "Top 100 Clubs 2018".
  6. "Top 100 Clubs 2019".
  7. "Top 100 Clubs 2020".