Find out about all the venues, rooms and locations of the WSF2018

The Union Chapel is an award winning and spectacular performance venue in Islington, Central London. Built in the late 19th century in the Gothic revival style, the church is Grade I-listed. The founding principle was to make Union Chapel a ‘Friend for All’.
The Chapel is octagonal in shape with ground floor and balcony seating. All the seating is in the original wooden pews, which can seat 900 people. Sightlines from all points in the auditorium are excellent.
The Great Hall is one of the foremost acoustic venues in London and is frequently used by orchestras. Originally a parade ground, it was created in 1891 and based on a design by J.W. Penfold.
The Great Hall can seat up to 580 people in the auditorium and 140 in the balcony.
Deptford Town Hall
The Deptford Town Hall is a Grade II listed building and was built in 1905. its architectural features commemorate the area’s maritime history.
The Deptford Town Hall houses the Council Chamber which is a magnificent space for music recitals and can seat 200 persons.
The iconic ST JAMES HATCHAM Church was recently transformed into a 4-storey multi-use facility
The building will house some of the lunchtime concerts of the WSF2018
Professor Stuart Hall Building
In this building you will find two large teaching rooms and our place for morning gatherings and announcements
The Lecture Room - LG02
This room seats up to 250 people and will be used for our morning gatherings, ro-buki, master-classes, workshops and lectures
The Lecture Room - LG01
Similar to LG02, this room seats up to 120 people and will be used for master-classes, workshops and lectures
Richard Hoggart Building
Goldsmiths' main building and entrance. Here you will find the Great Hall, most teaching rooms as well as the Thirty Five Café.
Teaching Rooms
The six 'RHB' teaching rooms will accommodate workshops, lectures and the classes for beginners
Thirty Five Café
Have a cup of tea, a packet of crisps and a biscuit too
Goldsmiths Campus Map