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London Venues

3 Super Venues For A Summer Cocktail

It's important to stay cool during London’s current hot spell and we’ve come up with the ideal solution: ice… ice with perhaps a splash of your favourite tipple...Here are three venues to escape the heatwave and enjoy a cocktail or three (enjoy responsibly). TT Liquor Fronted by a carefully curated liquor store, TT Liquor is much more than meets the eye. Featured a Lounge, a Cellar Bar and even

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Eventprofs

Christmas on a Budget: 7 Great-Value Festive Venues

We get it. Not everyone has a corporate budget. Maybe you're a start up just trying to expand, a teeny-tiny team of ten or you've had some unexpected expenses that have left you a little short of the mega festive budget you imagined. No fear. We've got your back. Here are seven awesome Christmas party venues that provide the wow without the big price tag. 1. The Montague on the Gardens

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Events

Venue Review: London Stadium

How time flies. Seven years ago, the Olympic Stadium hosted the majority of the London 2012 Olympics events. London Stadium, as it's known today, is home of West Ham United – but also an expansive events venue. Now transformed into a dedicated venue, the entire VIP West Stand is comprised of numerous spaces ideal for a number of different events: conferences , receptions and product launches

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Weddings

9 Dreamy UK Wedding Venues

If you've just got engaged and are on the hunt for the perfect venue then you're in the right place. We've chosen a selection of the most stunning wedding venues in the UK, from Scotland to Cowes, to inspire your search. Happy hunting! 1. Colstoun Coach House Location: Haddington,

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Hire Space Professional: Private Dining at Brigadiers

For our latest Hire Space Professional event we invited our clients to Brigadiers . Inspired by the army mess bars of India, where military regiments go to eat, drink and socialise, the venue encourages camaraderie with its Indian barbecue inspired feasting menu, live sport and classic card games. Designed by Brady Williams Studio, Brigadiers references Indian art deco design, conveying the opulence and familiarity reflective of quintessent

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Events

Bounce "Serves" Delegates an Exciting New Conference Formula

Energetic. Active. Unique. Bounce is an exciting destination for modern business events.

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Events

Subterranean Soirées at The Postal Museum

Paddington to Whitechapel in 26 minutes. 4 million letters a day. 70 feet below ground level. These are the figures that defined Mail Rail, an ingenious and fascinating facet of London's history. In the height of its functioning in the 1930s, the "post office railway" stopped at nine stations and was the reason Londoners received their cherished letters and postcards (and yes, those not-so-cherished bills). Based at one of the most important of the mail stops – the sorting office at Mount Pleas

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Hire Space Presents: Smiths of Smithfield x Mark Leruste

Last week we welcomed 100 event professionals to Smiths of Smithfield for networking and an inspirational talk from Mark Leruste, Founder of the Unconventionalists, on 'The Secret to High-Performing Events Teams.' Guests were welcomed to the No.3 Restaurant and Terrace at Smiths of Smithfield and treated to a glass of bubbles as the sunset over Smithfield Market. Drinks and canapés flowe

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London Venues

This Is Why London Has Such Unique Venues

At Hire Space, unusual venues are the name of the game. Passion to find a unique venue for an event seems to be unabated in London, but it's of little surprise when taking into account all the amazing spaces the capital has to offer. But just why is London filled with so many unusual venues for hire? We investigated: Romans, Saxons, Normans, Tudors and Stuarts. The Black Death, two World Wars and one Great Fire. London has seen it a

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Christmas in the Sky at Searcys at the Gherkin

We kicked off the festive season with a Christmas party extravaganza with our clients at Searcys at the Gherkin last week. As far as London buildings go, The Gherkin is undeniably iconic. Nestled amongst fellow skyscrapers, its beautiful facade is recognisable for miles. On the evening of the 3rd of December, our guests were whisked up to the 34th floor where there is a private cloakroom. A seco

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Eventprofs

Hire Space Professional: Improving Turnout at Client Facing Events @ LABS House

This week we welcomed 20 event professionals to the brand new LABS House in Holborn for a roundtable discussion on 'improving turnout at client facing events', with Alexandra Galviz, co-founder of LinkedIn Local and Robert Dunsmore, freelance creative director.

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The Hire Space Awards 2018: The Highlights

The Hire Space Awards celebrate the very best venues and event professionals from across the events industry. We welcomed 250 event professionals to the Museum of London on 24th October - the final day of EventLAB. Credit: London Filmed Guests were welcomed with bubbly and the sounds of the Strolling Vagabonds

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Christmas Parties

Flavourological Festivities at Noho Studios

Noho Studios offers a prime location shop window space for product displays and branding with its own entrance directly into 2,000 sq ft of open plan event space. The former umbrella factory has high ceilings complete with industrial piping, characterful white brick arches and white walls that can be tailored to suit any type or style of pop up . This festive s

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Corporate Events

Tasty Team Building at L'Ateliers Des Chefs

L'Ateliers Des Chefs are experts when it comes to bringing people together over food. Offering brilliant cooking and dining experiences, they currently have two central London sites, one in Oxford Circus and the other just a stone's throw from St Paul's . Nothing brings people together quite like food and L'A

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Eventprofs

7 Terrifyingly Good Halloween Party Ideas

Throwing a Halloween party? Make your event even more memorable by introducing one of these spooky ideas.

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Unique Venue Of The Month

6 Little-Known Facts about Lord's Cricket Ground

Founded in 1814, Lord’s Cricket Ground was the third cricket ground of its name. It’s founder, Thomas Lord was a professional bowler whose career lasted from 1787 to 1802, during which time he played for Middlesex and Marylebone Cricket Club.

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Hire Space Awards

Crafting Events at Carousel

Carousel's award-winning in-house production team use design, performance, music and food to create amazing experiences. No two days at Carousel are ever the same. From rotating chef residencies to its growing reputation as a creative hub, there is always something happening.

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London Venues

Eco-Events at ORTUS

ORTUS was purpose built by the Maudsley Charity in order to create an all-inclusive, welcoming space for training, meetings and events for the South London and Maudsley NHS foundation Trust (SLAM). Maudsley works closely with SLAM, which provides the UK's widest range of mental health services. The venue is now open to everyone and regularly used by the public sector and for corporate e

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Private Dining

Century Club: Soho's Best-Kept Secret

You'd be forgiven for walking straight past the entrance to Century Club . It's innocuous entrance is tucked away on Shaftesbury Avenue, its modest doorway only indicated by a small gold plaque. Century Club, named after it's 100 steps, is primarily a private members club, but the beautifully designed interiors and spacious rooms make it an ideal venue for events of all kinds. From parties, weddings

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London Venues

Style & Substance at Studios Spaces

Studio Spaces is a vast 8000sqft venue that epitomises industrial charm with an elegant finish. Following a full refurbishment earlier this year, the venue has upgraded it's AV and tech capabilities and created a beautiful blank canvas space , ideal for creative minds. The venue is made up of three unique, modular, spaces, that all  share access to a central kitchen and lounge area. They're each available for individual hire, dual

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Manchester Venues

Summer Nights and Seasonal Dishes at Manchester Art Gallery

Looking for a Manchester venue that will wow your guests for you next summer party? Look no further than Manchester Art Gallery

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Team Building

Plan Your Event to a Tee at Puttshack

If you haven’t heard about Puttshack yet, then we’re here to fill you in on the most exciting new venue opening this summer. Part of the Westfield London expansion, Puttshack’s has taken up residence in White City and is on a mission to elevate the humble game of mini-golf. It’s a far cry from the memories of family holidays playing on courses that have seen better days, and inevitably arguing over the sc

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London Venues

7 Gorgeous Lofts You Can Hire in London

Talking about lofts might conjure up images of trendy New York apartments, but London is no less rich in these stunning spaces - you've just got to know where to look. They're not easy to find, but they're there, hiding away at the top of some of the city's most exquisite buildings, perfect for an event with a difference . Here are seven of the best. 1. Lumiere London

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Eventprofs

11 Techniques That Will Make You Better At Networking

Is your networking not working? Some people, it seems, absolutely love it - they swan in, glide through the party, charm everyone, and swap business cards like they're handing out Pokémon in a playground. But not all of us are like that.

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