Shoreditch Studios is a dry hire warehouse event space catering for up to 350 guests. The premises consist of two adjoining railway arch studios with exposed Victorian brickwork, high ceilings, contemporary white infinity coves, green rooms, a small kitchen, mezzanine lounge and a spacious outdoor courtyard. The versatile dry hire venue can be transformed for various events including art exhibitions, bar mitzvahs, birthday parties, Christmas parties, conferences, corporate functions, fashion shows, hackathons, pop-ups, product launches, training events and weddings. Ask for a bespoke quote.
The Nash Conservatory has floor to ceiling windows on three sides which provide a wealth of natural daylight. It is licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships for up to 200 guests. Alternatively, the Nash Conservatory can be used for drinks receptions when hired in conjunction with another Kew venue.
London's most unique and romantic view is now licensed for London's most wonderful weddings. OXO2 is the ideal space for the most special of special days and boasts award winning catering for up to 200 seated. No other wedding venue in London can boast the same romantic views and the balcony is perfect for the happy couple to snatch a quiet moment away from their happy reception.
Choose the historic Waldorf Hilton London hotel for your wedding or special event, and recreate the glamour and grandeur of twenties jazz-era grand balls, with a luxurious banquet in the historic Palm Court, or the adjacent Adelphi Suite, an extraordinary venue for up to 500 guests, which features exquisitely restored architectural detailing. You can now hire the Adelphi Suite along with Palm Court for the same price if you wish to hold a large-scale event.
With it's stunning terrace and glass roof over the western courtyard, Devonshire Terrace is an all-weather and picturesque setting for Wedding ceremonies and receptions. Wedding pricing is broken down into a hire fee, a minimum spend and a ceremony fee. To find out more click inquire with us here.
Our largest event room, the original floor to ceiling silver-grey wood panelled walls presented by the Indian Government in 1937 make this room a distinctive setting. It is suitable for conferences, meetings, fine dining and receptions. The room has an optional partition which forms 2 smaller meeting rooms, perfect for a seminar or meeting in one half with catering served in the other. The evening session is a Dining, room hire price which is based on a seated 2 or 3 course meal only.
The stunning, grade 2 listed chapel, located in Caroline Gardens, Peckham, is licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies. We only have wedding ceremonies, the two bookings you can make are either 8.30am-2.30pm or 3.30pm-8.00pm. Both bookings allow for a toast, canapes and photographs before moving on to your evening venue. Wedding parties can dress the chapel with flowers, candles and fabric and, in our experience, the result is something truly magical.
One of London's last remaining Livery Halls, Stationers' Hall was completed in 1673. The Hall comprises a suite of four characterful, interlinking rooms, along with a Garden, that combine to make the perfect events and conference venue. The Livery Hall is the largest space and has opulent stained glass windows which give an impressive ambience. The Court Room is fabulously elegant and ideal for breakout sessions. The Stock Room joins the two larger spaces and is often used for dancing or drinks. The secluded Garden with its' huge plane tree is an ideal location for a summer event.
The Old Hall is a wonderful example of beautifully maintained Tudor architecture and has many notable features including the wooden screen at the south end designed by Inigo Jones, and Hogarth’s painting of 'Paul before Felix' on the North wall. It creates a desirable setting ideal for receptions for up to 200 guests, seated lunches and dinners for up to 120 guests, and conferences, lectures and ceremonies for up to 130 guests theatre style.
The world’s oldest sporting museum, housing an unrivalled collection of cricketing art and memorabilia, is an entertaining and distinctly unusual venue for a drinks reception. It is often used in conjunction with the Long Room as a location for pre-dinner drinks, and can also form an added attraction for the guests of other events held within the Ground. Filled with over 30,000 exhibits, the Museum is a treasure house that intrigues cricket fans and agnostics alike.
The Arab Hall at Leighton House Museum is a beautiful setting for events of any kind. Surrounded by Victorian art and in an intimate location, it is perfect for birthday parties, corporate events or private events with a unique Arabian twist. One of the most beautiful and unique spaces in central London. Catering is allowed but must be from our approved caterers list.