Few places evoke the centuries of romance like the Globe theatre. From the youthful passions of Romeo & Juliet to the comic lovers in A Midsummer Night's Dream, love is at the heart of Shakespeare's plays. Our dramatic Underglobe is available for evening celebrations and licensed for ceremonies. The stunning venue features a private mezzanine, sweeping staircase, stage, dance floor and high-spec sound and lighting system and a full sized model oak tree. Each wedding is unique and our friendly and professional events team will assist in creating the perfect wedding for you and your partner.
Located on the top floor of Swan, the Balcony Room is a beautiful and versatile event space which looks out onto St. Paul's Cathedral, the River Thames and the Globe theatre. A private balcony, accessible through large French windows allows guests to take in the panoramic views of London. Elegant panelled walls, a dark wood floor and a bespoke statement chandelier are all features of this space in addition to a private bar, cloakroom and bathrooms. This space can be hired for breakfast and day meetings, lunches, dinners, cocktail receptions and parties and is also fully licensed for weddings.
Situated within the main restaurant, the River Room at Swan, Shakespeare's Globe benefits from 180 degree views of the River Thames, St. Paul's Cathedral and the City of London. Elegant copper and glass screens offer guests privacy, whilst allowing them to enjoy the atmosphere of the main restaurant. Bespoke glass chandeliers and ceramic sheep and goat wall art lend a quirky feel to this space. Up to 40 guests can dine comfortably in this space.
A unique mural gives its name to our smallest private dining space, the Bull Room. With leaded windows that offer a unique view of Shakespeare's Globe as well as across the River Thames and onto St. Paul's Cathedral, this space is ideal for business lunches, intimate dinners and family birthday meals. Copper and glass screens offer diners a privacy from the hustle and bustle of the main restaurant, whilst still allowing guests to enjoy the atmosphere from the main restaurant.