With its floor-to-ceiling windows, etched glass doors and carved stone, the Florence Hall is guaranteed to impress. Designed as the building's principal entertainment space, it is ideal for Christmas and summer parties, conference refreshments, stands, dinners, awards ceremonies, drinks receptions, weddings and private celebrations. The adjacent roof terrace - a sunny oasis in the midst of London - is available for summer drinks and BBQs.
The Event Space, with its impressive, airy feel has proved a successful venue for meetings, presentations, conferences, training days, prose and poetry readings, film screenings, company away-days and many other types of events. The unique location of the venue in the office used by Faber & Faber adds a touch of historical and literary class to what is a pleasant, professional environment.
The Great Hall lies in the centre of One Moorgate Place and is the largest event space in the venue accommodating up to 400 guests. Being a blank canvas, this space is perfect for business related events such as conferences, seminars, guest lectures, press related activity and presentations. The three large screens, stage and podium provide the perfect platform to showcase and present to an audience. The room can cater for a number of different set-ups including theatre, classroom and round tables depending on the need for your event.
Seating a maximum of 200 for a conference, this is one of the most spectacular and delightful rooms in London. The glass domed roof allows daylight to illuminate the celebrated paintings, which include The Progress of Human Knowledge, by James Barry. The room is air-conditioned and can be completely blacked out for presentations. The state-of-the art audio-visual facilities include an HD projector for both data and professional format video projection.
The private dining rooms situated on level 38 of the iconic Gherkin building offer unforgettable views of the London skyline. Designed with flexibility in mind, whole floor bookings allow for large gatherings of up to 130 guests. Events at The Gherkin are lavishly catered for with bespoke breakfast, lunch and dinner menus that bring to life Searcys' passion for British produce and seasonality. Here, private dining is both refined and secluded, offering a privileged perspective to impress your guests.
The Tavern Meeting Rooms are on the second tier of the Tavern Stand, with magnificent views of the pitch from the balcony. On match days, these ten rooms are the private boxes from which celebrity guests can sip champagne and view the game. Throughout the rest of the year, they are an outstanding space for syndicate rooms or for smaller meetings.
Located in the new Airbus Business Suite on the lower ground floor, the Filton Room is contemporary cool. Features of the room include WIFI throughout, air-conditioning, mood lighting and the use of the business suite with full IT facilities. Perfect for meetings, presentations, interviews or private dining.
The Lower Sugar Room is often used as a reception area, the upper Sugar Room as the main meeting space. Both can be used as separate breakout spaces for larger events, or together as a more flowing event space for networking. The Sugar Rooms were where the sugar brewing used to be stored. There is plenty of natural daylight in these room through elegant feature Georgian windows that overlook the courtyard. The rooms can host up to 100 guests for a standing reception. There is solid oak flooring in both rooms and beautiful exposed wooden beams in the upper Sugar Room.
The Victorian Loft features plenty of daylight and a bohemian style that is peaceful and cosy. the perfect place for intimate meetings, receptions and any event that wants to break free from the boring meeting room mould. A unique, versatile warehouse loft space, with original features perfect for your corporate workshops, seminars, receptions and everything else your imagination can muster. Practically located in Old Street (Zone 1) the space is perfect for corporate events, product launches, celebratory dining experiences, fashion, photography and editorial.
Located at the just off Covent Garden Piazza, London Transport Museum's Galleries provide the perfect back drop for any evening event from award ceremonies to product launches to panel discussions. Guests enter through the World City Walkway and are then immersed into two floors of London's transport history including the first Metropolitan Line carriage and the latest in transport technology. In the newly launched Future Engineers gallery guests can put their driver skills to the test. We work with 6 fantastic caters who will be able to create you a bespoke package.
Holding your meeting at the Museum means that delegates can enjoy private guided tours of the collections, team building activities produced by the experienced in-house events team, as well as a delicious array of food and refreshments. The Boardroom is decorated with an impressive archaeological wall display as well as all the necessary equipment to ensure that your conference, boardroom meeting, product launch, AGM, presentation or other corporate event is an inevitable success.