London theatres are iconic, highly-regarded and have been the playground of many an aspiring actor for hundreds of years. Despite traditionally playing the role of a venue for theatrical productions, more and more theatres across the City are opening their doors to event planners too. If you don't know your Sophocles from your Shakespeare, allow us to present to you the Bridge Theatre, a stunning working theatre which has welcomed loads of acting legends since it's arrival on the theatre scene back in 2017.
Hosting a conference in a breathtaking theatre adds a unique edge to the event and is sure to impress even the trickiest of delegates. Still not convinced? Here are Hire Space's top 4 reasons to host your conference at this artistic venue.
4 Reasons To Host Your Conference At The Bridge Theatre
1. It has everything you could ever need!
Plays and musicals need a lot of things to make them outstanding, but arguably the most important element is great AV. The Auditorium is basically a ready-made conference package of dreams - tiered seating for 900, a huge stage, state-of-the-art AV and lighting that can take your conference from dull to dazzling. You can even shine a spotlight on your keynote speaker!
The Auditorium at the Bridge Theatre
2. The VIEWS
This venue serves some pretty amazing London views. Located a stone's throw from London Bridge, the theatre boasts enchanting views of the River Thames, Tower Bridge and Tower of London, so you'll be dreaming of London of yesteryear the moment you step into this inspiring venue. Perfect to set you up for a day of conferencing, right?
Stunning views from the Bridge Theatre
3. It adds serious cool points
The theatre was created especially to be London's hottest new theatre and the home of the London Theatre Company. Not to mention the fact that some absolute acting legends have graced these halls, including Jim Broadbent, Maggie Smith and Gwendoline Christie, so your delegates are sure to be impressed
A production at the Bridge Theatre
4. The stunning networking spaces
Ornate light displays in the Main Foyer create an impressive welcome to delegates. The flexible space provides a relaxing networking area, is ideal for lunch and coffee breaks, and would also be a unique backdrop for any exhibition stands. Exquisite but fuss-free Michelin Star in-house catering adds to the occasion. Once the conference has come to an end, the funky Lower Foyer makes for an intimate drinks reception.
The Main Foyer at The Bridge Theatre
If you love the look of this theatre as a setting for your next conference (and why wouldn't you!), get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us a message via our social channels below.