Located in Hackney Wick just across White Post Lane Bridge from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hub 67 is a temporary community centre open to all and is run by The Yard Theatre. 

Hub 67 hosts a range of local events, classes and community groups; delivering relevant and purposeful projects for the community, working with residents, young people and schools. Alongside this, a regular timetable of associate programmes is curated; working with partners to provide classes, workshops and live events.
80% of the materials used to build the Hub were recycled from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games site, blending the space into the landscape of Hackney Wick, with a tile façade made by the local community. 
Hub 67 is a key project for the London Legacy Development Corporation as it is driven by investment in people as well as a building. It is about piloting new approaches and trialing new ideas; new ways of building – using recycled and reclaimed materials, new ways of working – with the community acting as client to help deliver a fresh and flexible take on what a modern day youth and community space can be.



Hub 67 is an open space for people to drop in and hang out; it has free Wi-Fi, a free computer, lots of books and games to play.

If you are interested in being involved or finding out more please email [email protected]

If you have any questions about Hub 67, or would like to get involved, please get in touch via the website at hubsixtyseven.com

Hire of Hub 67

Hub 67 is also available for hire for a meeting/venue/team away day/training/children’s party/exhibition/filming location. For full details, including hire charges, please click here.

For more information, you can also visit www.hubsixtyseven.com or contact [email protected].

For the latest news on events, please see Hub 67 listings  and keep up to date on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Hub67 was shortlisted in the temporary category in New London Awards and commended in Mayor’s prize in the New London Awards 2015.

Hub67 won best sustainable project in the Blueprint Awards 2015.