The Roundhouse at Camden in London is a unique and unusual event venue with a lot of history behind it. Originally built as an engine shed for steam trains on the London and North Western railway in 1847 the building is circular and originally had a turntable in its centre for turning the trains around. The building had a varied history until 1964 when it was reopened as an arts centre and has hosted many live events and concerts and is the London home of the I Tunes Festival which features many headline acts. When an event of the calibre of the I Tunes Festival is held which has a global audience via live streaming on the web, a temporary kitchen is often required to allow for catering for the world class artists and the huge entourages they travel with. When catering for these large numbers over a long period of time with the need to produce quality fresh food meal after meal it is essential to have a reliable walk in fridge to maintain the required quality.