Hub Studios London

Looking for a studio for your next webinar or podcast?

At Hub Studios, just 5 minutes from Farringdon Station, we have three versatile studio spaces set up to produce broadcast-quality productions.

With multi-camera production and live streaming facilities, plus an in-house technical team, our studios are regularly used for filming interviews, live streaming, webinars, podcasts and virtual events.

Our Studio Spaces

Main Studio

Our green screen studio comes complete with a gallery plus a client lounge with monitor showing live footage from the studio. Perfect for webinars and live-streaming, filming interviews, discussions & presentations and dry hire



The Loft

Base your event at our central London studio. We cater for pre-recorded or live-streamed events, seating four guests with four cameras, vision mixing, editing and talk back in studio to allow for directing. We can also source alternative studios around the UK.



The Cave

Adorned with dramatic ceiling arches mirroring the railway arches outside, the Cave offers roominess but also an inherent sense of intimacy stemming from its distinctive architectural features. Ideal for webinars. podcasts, filming interviews, presentations & meetings, team away days and dry hire.



Technical consultancy

Starting from scratch or need advice on how to execute a virtual event, live-streamed or released on-demand? Our technical team are available for consultancy-only services. We advise and train your own team to be self sufficient to a high standard.

Studio dry hire and studio wet hire

Our central London based studio is available for hire, fully equipped with technical crew or as an empty space with lighting. It can be used with the green screen or kitted out with set design as required. Our viewing rooms with facilities, allow other guests to watch the event as it’s happening.

Fancy a visit?

Why not pop in for a studio tour and a coffee?

To arrange a visit, contact us.

Our technical expertise

Live streaming seamless virtual events requires expert equipment, technical skills and a cool head. Without these the impact and professionalism of your brand could be affected. Our high-quality streaming platform delivers broadcast quality and streams reliably without glitches. We can integrate all manner of content and edit professionally and seamlessly. Importantly our services include tracking tools and analytics data to measure and analyse effectiveness.

Our creative services

We can conceptualise an event beyond your imagination. We’ll bring ideas to life exploring initial creative thoughts with creative brainstorms and moodboards, and from that develop full creative approaches for your event. From the practical to the experiental, we’ll push boundaries to deliver extraordinary events that engage audiences beyond the expected.

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Event Services FAQs


Why are virtual events important?

Virtual events use technology that allows audiences across geographies and timelines to access an event, without having to travel.
Audience can watch live, or watch the recording after the event, meaning brands can capture much broader audiences that live in-person events can achieve. They are cost effective, measurable and with the right technical and creative approach they can be extraordinarily engaging.


What are the risks of a corporate event?

One of the biggest risks is not understanding your audience and what they want.
Creating the right content, ensuring it’s engaging and professionally produced is the only way to keep your audiences engaged. Professional speakers and well designed and produced material can make or break a corporate event.


What are the most important elements of a digital event?

A solid content strategy is the starting point for all digital events. Allowing enough time to produce that content, and test all the technical aspects, is almost certainly the second most important aspect of a digital event.


How do you run a successful virtual event?

It’s important to consider the objectives for your event and set these from the start. Next you need to think about the following:

1. The virtual platform you will use.
2. The time and date.
3. How you will promote the event?
4. The event plan including speakers, content and timings.
5. Who your host will be.
6. How you will engage your audiences?
7. How you will troubleshoot anything on the day?
8. Who can handle technical requirements before and on the day?
9. What happens post event?


Are virtual events better than physical live in-person events?

Virtual events can draw larger audiences and accumulate more leads. They offer flexibility as can be watched anywhere live, and anytime with on-demand. They are also cost effective. Physical events offer that personal touch and a chance to network in-person. Because of their live nature, physical events can also create a sense of audiences feeling ‘special’ and ‘focused on’, whereas virtual events need to work harder to engage. We believe both have merits and it depends on what our clients are trying to achieve with their budgets and their audiences.