When you’re organising a conference, the last thing you want is to be fussing with out-of-date technology and struggling to get things up and running. Instead, you want a venue that comes fully-equipped with all the latest facilities so you can get right down to work.
Everyman Cinema is the perfect combination of convenience and comfort, with each of the three screening rooms available complete with their now trademark sofa-style seating. Offering the very highest picture quality and latest in digital projection, it is ideal for multi-media presentations and conferences. In fact, the venue is very versatile and the team can adapt the modern spaces to help them meet whatever requirements you may have. It is also easy to reach from throughout London, with Canary Wharf station within a short walking distance.
As its name alludes to, BAFTA 195 Piccadilly is the headquarters of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, meaning it has fantastic links to the entertainment and media world. The phenomenal level of professional service on offer, combined with the easy access to all the most cutting-edge technology and high quality facilities means that it is a wonderful choice for any business related event. Its Piccadilly location puts it at the heart of London’s action, meaning it is also very well connected to the wider city via several nearby transport links.
Electric is a venue that is both highly contemporary and yet rich with its own character and charm. It has a huge maximum capacity of 1700, making it ideally suited to larger scale events and its Brixton location means it benefits from the close proximity of the train and tube stations of the same name, which are each around just 5 minutes away on foot. The interior itself is very spacious, with the main ground floor area coming complete with its own impressive mezzanine as well as a stage and screen. For all its modern conveniences, it still feels inviting too.
The Troxy is the venue for you if you want a setting that is complete with all the technology and facilities you could possibly need, yet still beautiful and brimming with charisma. Having originally opened in the 1930s as a grand cinema, the building is now Grade II listed, meaning that many of its best features have been sensitively retained. This counters wonderfully with the state of the art PA and lighting system and the air conditioning systems now in the Grand Hall, allowing practicalities to sit alongside character in this 1800 capacity, multi-purpose venue.