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9 great Bar Mitzvah venues in London

Bar Mitzvahs are all about the tradition of young boys becoming young men, and that deserves an impressive venue to suit the occasion and the event’s celebrations. It’s probably more the work of the parents and family to find banquet halls and venues that embrace the tradition and individuality of their young boy, as he comes to be recognised as a young man for the first time.

It’s a time of celebration for friends and family, where everyone can come together and enjoy the Jewish tradition. That means you want a venue that can meet everyone’s requirements, with space being a main contender at most Bar Mitzvahs.

We’ve put together a selection of the finest places in London for a young man to celebrate his move to manhood.

Porchester Hall

Porchester Hall

Location: Paddington
Capacity: 600 standing, 450 seated
Check it out here: Porchester Hall

The Glasshouse on the Lock

Glasshouse on the Lock

Location: Camden Town
Capacity: 350 standing, 200 seated
Check it out here: The Glasshouse on the Lock

The Pearson Room

The Pearson Room

Location: Canary Wharf
Capacity: 390 standing, 200 seated
Check it out here: The Pearson Room

Humble Grape

Humble Grape

Location: Blackfriars
Capacity: 300 standing, 100 seated
Check it out here: Humble Grape

Park Village Studios

Park Village Studios

Location: Camden
Capacity: 350 standing, 250 seated
Check it out here: Park Village Studios

Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Gallery

Location: Sloane Square
Capacity: 1500 standing, 440 seated
Check it out here: Saatchi Gallery

The Orangery

The Orangery

Location: Kensington
Capacity: 150 standing, 80 seated
Check it out here: The Orangery

Shoreditch Platform

Shoreditch Platform

Location: Shoreditch
Capacity: 200 standing, 70 seated
Check it out here: Shoreditch Platform

The London Irish Centre

The London Irish Centre

Location: Camden
Capacity: 500 standing, 400 seated
Check it out here: The London Irish Centre