Our  Spaces
Bootstrap Charity manages and provides workspace for startups, social enterprises, charities and small businesses.
We offer support to our tenants to grow into sustainable businesses and to be socially enterprising. We empower young people by arming them with skills, knowledge, tools and a network to succeed professionally.
Studios/Offices to Let
We have studio spaces from 100 sqft to 4,900 sqft typically on three year leases.

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Studio FH3We currently have a large space of 4,900 sq ft available to use for filming, photoshoots, exhibitions and events. To book it, contact Camille at spaces@bootstrapcharity.com.

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Meeting Rooms
We have two meeting rooms available with wifi. Catering can be provided by one of our on-site cafes. There are discounts available for our tenants, charities, social enterprises and local community groups.
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Studio FH3
Our 5400 sq ft studio offers a unique daylight experience in London. Located on the top floor of Fitzroy House in Dalston, we enjoy natural light from sunrise till sunset - all day long. The space has an industrial feel to it. Whether you would like to use the look of the location for your production or build a set, our space with its tall ceilings and open layout gives you full flexibility. A unique space for any photo or video production, exhibitions and events.

Past exhibitions include works from Lowe H Seger, Fels, Alfie Kungu, Alexia Marmara and Sarah McCormack.

For more information please contact Cam: spaces@bootstrapcharity.com
Brought to you by the Bootstrap Charity, the Dalston Roof Park is Dalston’s only rooftop bar and music venue where all profits go towards empowering young people and businesses to succeed professionally.

Nestled amongst Hackney’s Victorian buildings and overlooking London’s skyscrapers, the Dalston Roof Park started as a collection of allotments cared for by a group of local volunteer gardeners during the day, with a pop-up cocktail bar and live music and film programme in the evenings.

8 years on the space has grown organically, building its reputation as one of London’s most versatile and leading music and event spaces; hosting cutting edge club nights, promoters, brand launches, Radio stations, artists and labels; whilst remaining true to its roots with fundraisers, social impact community events, fashion shows, and film screenings.

Bootstrap and the DRP want our space to be used and enjoyed by everybody, and we believe in local sourcing wherever possible. The DRP is an opportunity to relax, eat, drink, dance and see the London landscape differently.
Bootyard is a pioneering project to turn a neglected car park, at the rear of the Bootstrap buildings, into a new start-up space for social businesses and community activities. The project is growing organically, with The Dusty Knuckle Bakery and the 40ft Brewery as our lead tenants for the space.

In early 2014 we ran a competition for startups to submit their enterprise ideas, the prize being a shipping container to grow their business in the Bootyard. We had a huge response and the winner was The Dusty Knuckle Bakery who make bread and run workshops to reengage young people in education, training or work.

In the late spring of 2015 the 40ft Brewery launched in the Bootyard, brewing beer in their 40-foot long container, serving Dalston Roof Park as their first customer. In 2022, they opened ACME Firecult, a new live-fire concept in collaboration with chefs Andrew Clarke and Daniel Watkins.

Print House Gallery
The Print House Gallery is an intimate and exciting gallery space in the heart of Dalston. Our focus is to showcase a mixture of emerging and established contemporary artists across a variety of artistic mediums. Whilst we are a commercial gallery space at heart, we also exist to help the growth of social and creative enterprises. It is incredibly important to all of us involved that we find the time between major shows to support charity based organisations and education programmes.