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Top 5 Christmas party venues in East London

When planning a Christmas party, choosing the right venue is often the biggest and most important step. With that in mind, here are some of East London’s very best.

The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town

Mayor of Scaredy Cat TownThis Spitalfields special is a ultra cool venue for a Christmas party. Belonging to the well-known Breakfast Club group, this secret gem is hidden behind a Smeg fridge and only accessible on request of ‘The Mayor’. It’s definitely got the fun element of a Christmas party nailed down, plus the great food and great drinks. It can accommodate for up to 60 guests, so check if the team are available for your booking now!

Beach Blanket Babylon – Shoreditch

Beach Blanket Babylon - Shoreditch

Each of the 3 available floors at Beach Blanket Babylon offer their own distinct style and allure, meaning there’s something for everyone here. The spaces are very versatile, able to be adapted to meet any number of different occasions, depending on the requirements for your particular celebration. They are found far enough away from the bustle of The City to make the most of the East End’s famous trendy vibe and yet still close enough to be well connected to further afield, with Liverpool Street and Shoreditch High Street stations both easily reachable on foot.

The Troxy

The TroxyThe Troxy originally opened its doors as a grand cinema in the 1930s and that feeling of grandeur and drama has been retained in all its glory. Now an Art Deco, grade II listed events venue, many of the striking original features remain in place so you can immerse yourself in London’s architectural heritage. This is complimented however by the addition of modern conveniences such as air conditioning and a cutting edge PA and lighting system, to make sure your party runs without a hitch. It can also be reached from Limehouse train station in just 4 minutes, meaning it should be easy for your guests to travel from outside the city.

Kachette

Kachette

Kachette consists of two railway arches, having begun its life as Hackney station, which eventually sat unused for 25 years before being converted into this funky venue. Originally built in 1860, it’s perfect for those who would love to add a touch of history to their party. It is, in essence a blank canvas, able to be adapted to fit many different occasions, but no matter the style you go for, charm and charisma are guaranteed. The team will help you every step of the way in bringing your ideas to fruition, assisting with everything from furniture selection to catering options.

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