An inspiring venue can be just what you need to put you in the right frame of mind for your conference, so choosing the right one is absolutely vital.
Cob Studios can be found in the popular area of Camden, just 6 minutes and 2 minutes away from Camden Town and Camden Road tube stations respectively. Offering white cube space with unique architectural features that bring a splash of character, this multi-purpose space which can facilitate up to 180 guests is modern and bright – filled with plenty of natural daylight – and yet still neutral enough to allow you the chance to get your creative juices flowing, putting your own unique stamp on the interior and creating the ideal backdrop for your event.
It’s difficult to imagine how anyone could fail to be inspired from the very moment they enter Drapers’ Hall, a gloriously ornate and simply breath-taking historical venue in the heart of the City of London. The main event space offers one of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring decorative ceilings you are ever likely to come across, as well as a whole myriad of original features and stunning artwork. Despite its beauty, Drapers’ Hall is still a very practical choice, with a generous maximum capacity of up to 700 and various nearby transport links at your disposal.
Even the mention of the name, The Crypt, no doubt conjures up images of somewhere that is thick with atmosphere and a real sense of occasion, and if that’s what you are hoping for then you certainly won’t be disappointed. From the pillars to the exposed brickwork; the arched ceiling to the mere presence of the place, The Crypt is a truly unique offering. Found in Clerkenwell, it sits between Angel and Farringdon stations – both comfortably reachable on foot – making it conveniently located for those travelling to the conference from far and wide.
With an enviable location in the ever-popular Trafalgar Square, Central London, St Martin in the Fields is a fantastically well connected venue that sits within stumbling distance of Charing Cross train station and several tube stops. The architectural style is a unique blend of historical and modern, meaning there is something for everyone here, no matter their preference. There are delicious menus to choose from should you wish to organise catering, as well as entertainment options in the way of a DJ and a late licence should you wish to make things less formal once business is taken care of.
Everyman Cinema – Canary Wharf sits right on the waterfront, just 5 minutes away from the tube station that shares the area’s name. Each screening room has their now renowned sofa-style seating, maximising comfort for your guests, whilst the practicalities are taken care of courtesy of the very best picture quality and digital projection, ideal for presentations. With a stylish bar also onsite should you wish to step out for a drink afterwards and the team on hand to create bespoke events that meet your every requirement, a conference held here should be stress free.
Originally built in 1929, Conway Hall is now a Grade II listed events space that can cater to a vast selection of different occasions. Known internationally for the wonderful acoustics, the audio during your conference should not be a problem, even in spite of the spacious size of the Main Hall, which can accommodate up to 400 guests spread across the balcony and floor level seating. It’s the period features, sensitively retained since its conception, that give this place its real character, which is sure to inspire. In terms of transport options, it sits amidst a triangle of tube stations – Holborn, Russell Square and Chancery Lane.