The Southwood Garden at St James Piccadilly is a hidden oasis of calm and tranquility, away from the frenetic activity of Piccadilly. The garden is a vital green feature of this historic Wren church and much loved by those who frequent it. The garden is moments from Piccadilly Circus and Green Park tube stations. There is a small professional kitchen on-site, with space for more complex equipment. If there is inclement weather guests can escape into the beautiful Wren church.
Any event held at St James Piccadilly is steeped in history, with easy access to the rest of the West End, Soho, and Mayfair. Moments from Piccadilly and Green Park tube stations. The church was built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1684. Wren's design is committed to simplicity, with clear glass windows that flood the space with dappled light. There are wooden galleries on three sides. At the back of the church, there is a magnificent organ. All of which makes for a beautiful and dramatic event space. Seated capacity of 450