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South East London Recording studios

Create, write and produce music in our specialist South East London recording studios, the perfect environment to let your creativity flow
An inside look at a typical recording studio. 24/7 recording room hire for music production and vocal capture — book now

Inside your recording studios

The process of creation is different for everyone, yet the need for a quiet, productive space is universal. With self-service access, professional equipment provided free, and affordable day rates, our recording studios help you capture your creativity the moment it sparks.

Pop in for an hour, settle in for a day session, record, mix, edit — the space is yours for whatever purpose you need, and available 24/7 to work around your daily routine.


Capture your creativity in our multi-purpose recording studios — the perfect spot to produce, edit and record


DJ using Pirate Studios DJ equipment

Your space to create

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, our specialist South East London studios are the perfect place to create, write, produce, practice and mix with no distractions.

In Greenwich there are 21 spaces ready for your next project: 

  • Hone your mix on club-standard equipment in the DJ studios
  • Rehearsal studios to jam with your band or practice for the next gig
  • Recording studios to write and produce songs or capture vocals

Simply book and pay by the hour using our easy live calendar. It's time to let your creativity flow.

Vocalist using Pirate Studios rehearsal studio

What is Pirate?

A worldwide network of DJ, production, rehearsal, podcast and dance studios, giving you round the clock access to create. Because we’re open 24/7, we've made the experience entirely self-service using our unique entry code system — but if you ever need a hand, we're here. The fastest way to get support is via Live Chat.

On-site facilities

  • Free car-parking
  • High-speed WiFi
  • Vending machines
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Air-conditioned rooms
Entrance to Pirate Studios Greenwich

Maritime meanders

The studios are located near the Greenwich Shopping Park off Bugsby's Way in Charlton. If you're feeling peckish, there are plenty of options from nearby supermarkets (Sainsbury's, ASDA, Aldi, M&S) and cafes. There are new stores and options opening in the area all the time.

Hitting a creative block? Why not pop outside and take a walk along the nearby river path towards the iconic O2 arena. With several pubs, cafes and even a reclaimed Thames-side dockland park en route, you're bound to ignite some ideas ahead of your next studio session. 

Know somewhere worth shouting about in Greenwich? Drop us a line with your suggestion and we'll let the world know. community@pirate.com


Enjoy industry-standard equipment at affordable prices at our Greenwich studios


Equipment Available

  • Monitors - Monitors: 2x KRK V6 or Yamaha HS8
  • Microphone - SE Electronics SE2200II Condensor
  • Interface - Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 / Clarett 4pre / 2 pre
  • Keyboard/Midi Controller - Novation Impulse 61
  • Headphones - Beyerdynamic DT770
  • Other - External Screen, Keyboard & Mouse, Mic Stand, Keyboard Stand, XLR-XLR

Find Us

Getting Here

Unit 2, Meridian Trading Estate, 22 Bugsby's Way, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE7 7SJ, United Kingdom

Driving? Once you reach the entrance, turn left off Bugsby's Way into the estate. Approach the blue gates, and enter the gate code (sent in your booking confirmation email). Drive straight on and turn right after the Access Storage building. Pirate Studios is straight ahead. We have parking in front of the studio. 

If you're coming by public transport, the nearest underground station is North Greenwich (Jubilee), and the closest overground is Charlton. Local buses include the 472 and 486. For more information visit tfl.gov.uk

https://tfl.gov.uk/

From the Community

"DJs and producers - Pirate Studios is a game changer."

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