Confident that we can cater to your every whim, we have venues to suit any budget or capacity and a great mix of both up-and-running, fuss free options and blank canvases that allow a hands on, DIY approach with regards to the style, décor and overall feel you want to create for your event. So regardless of the occasion, be it for business or pleasure, take a look through our event spaces and know you are getting the best of the best.
Sizona Location, is a 2,000 square feet spacious Architect designed minimalist apartment in the heart of London EC1, located near Old Street, Angel and Clerkenwell. Ground floor courtyard garden and design conscious interior. Set over 2 levels, this popular converted warehouse has a contemporary and loft appeal, with interior and exterior patio slab paving stones, exposed brick walls and a mix of modern and retro interiors.The building exterior has a classic London warehouse look with easy access. Together with the fully opening glass doors leading to a patio area, this exciting location is suitable for product launches, filming and photo shoots plus dinners, corporate events, cocktail parties, workshops and screenings. Feel free to inquire 8 am - 8 pm Mon - Sun Tel: + 44 7956 279338 PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT CATER TO PRIVATE PARTIES INCLUDING ANY BIRTHDAY PARTIES FOR MORE THAN 10 PERSONS. THIS IS AN EVENT VENUE FOR BUSINESS RELATED, PRESS, FILMING/PHOTO SHOOTS AND CREATIVE EVENTS ONLY.SOME PRIVATE EVENTS ALLOWED. WE HAVE THE ABILITY TO TAKE BOOKINGS ON SHORT NOTICE AT EXCELLENT RATES. PARKING IS ALSO AVAILABLE.
The Tab Centre is a historic building situated in the heart of Shoreditch. Its ivory-coloured grand hall is graced with elegant pilasters and a wrought-iron balustraded gallery. The Main Hall is a bright open blank canvas space, perfect for XXX and can accommodate up to 140 guests. The gorgeous new secret garden, a true hidden gem of Shoreditch, is great for Corporate BBQ or Drink Receptions, or even as a break out space for Team Meetings, Filming hires and Corporate events! We also have a number of smaller spaces for up to 50 people, great for workshops, rehearsal spaces and training sessions. We have a full service kitchen on site, as well as a fully kitted out, dedicated recording studio for any required event too. We are also wheelchair accessible throughout the building. As a charitable organisation, the venue’s profits go to running the centre’s community projects, so hiring the centre is also giving back!
Sager + Wilde | Hackney Road is a Wine Bar in East London with exposed brick work and wooden floors. It's the perfect space for standing drinks parties and events. It's even got a small outdoor area for summer evenings. We also have turntables so you can choose to play vinyls all night or create a Spotify playlist for our Sonos system. Food-wise we are known for our Charcuterie and Cheese boards along with our Cheese toasties.
With an interior lovingly crafted by set designer Dick Bird (Royal Opera House, Royal Ballet) Omeara Live is a truly magical discovery nestled beneath a railway arch just minutes away from London Bridge Station. As a Live Music venue the space is 320 capacity and boasts a high spec PA and lighting rig. For a standing drinks reception/party capacity is 250 and theater style presentation/screening up to 90 capacity. The space has an impressive late license and an array street food vendors on site who can supply amazing events catering. Additional spaces can be added to Omeara for larger capacity events including Omeara Cantina Terrace & Mezzanine (100 capacity), an adjoining stand alone private event space, The Siding (150 capacity) or Omeara Cantina including the terrace (250 capacity).
Tottenham Court Road
The Painting Rooms established in 1904 is a Grade I listed building just off Tottenham Court Road. It is a great venue for photo shoots/press days/talks/dinners and other fashion events. Booking this unique space will give you three rooms over two floors, as well as the use of a small kitchen and two bathrooms.
Looking for the perfect, intimate venue in the heart of central London to hold your next high-end event? Look no further than London’s most prestigious townhouse. Featuring stunning and luxurious interiors, this is the ideal choice for those wishing to run an event in a venue which oozes class, elegance and atmosphere! Our expert events team can help you create your bespoke event. From intimate dinners to small meetings, receptions and talent after parties, the team are on hand to help make your event a true success.
Located on Kensington High Street is a stunning listed Art Deco building. The ground floor is a social retail space, offering a range of high quality Japanese goods and a coffee stand; on the first floor, there is a Japanese restaurant and a Tatami Room; and on the lower ground floor, a Gallery, a Hall and a Library. We provide a unique and prestigious backdrop for a variety of events, with an interior that has been transformed into a stunning contemporary space offering an ideal canvas to engage with clients and activate brands in an iconic setting. With a busy programme of exhibitions created in Japan that focuses on art , technology and design, which can be hired exclusively to enhance any event. The spaces available for hire are suitable for a variety of events, ranging from drinks receptions for 170 guests, conferences for 140 or dinner for 100, to small boardroom meetings for 12 guests. Our diverse rooms are available for hire to organisations, bodies and companies whose activities support and promote Japanese culture, society and business. The Tatami Room has a maximum capacity of eight guests for meetings. As per Japanese custom, shoes are to be removed before taking a seat in this room. The Library has a maximum capacity of 12 guests for boardroom style meetings. The Hall has a maximum capacity of 180 guests for a standing drinks reception. The Hall and Library are fully equipped with Ultra HD screens/projector - perfect for screenings, presentations and branding opportunities. All catering is externally provided – please ask us about our list of preferred suppliers.
A place to have fun in what you do and who you do it with. The venues has perfect place for a party of up to 90 guests; MAMA has celebrated engagements, baby showers, Christmas parties, birthday parties, album launches and podcasts. This is the place to see and be seen; a private space at the heart of MAMA with your own secret garden cocktail bar and retractable glass roof for when the summer is at its peak. With food and drink sourced locally and made fresh with love by our award winning chefs, MAMAs is the place for the best boujie event. Located on the Hackney Road in zone 2 a ten minute walk from Bethnal Green underground on the Central Line, a short stroll from Shoreditch and well connected to the routes crossing central London. The place where everyone in London can pass through and feel taken care of by their own MAMA
Since our founding by Benedictine monks, hospitality has always been at the heart of the Abbey. We have held royal weddings, state occasions, and every coronation since 1066. Now you can hire one of our stunning historic spaces for your next event.
36N consists of 3,000 sq. feet over 2 levels; ground floor and lower ground floor. Large front windows and the double entrance (37 Rathbone Street and 36 Newman Street) grant notable visibility and accessibility. Features include: - Fully-functioning kitchen including; electric oven/stove, fridge/freezer, tea and coffee facilities, dishwasher - 1 x bathroom - Private Jasmine Garden accessed via lower ground floor level - Internal lift for Disabled access to lower ground floor - Use of 5 x white tables in gallery library area - 1 x collapsible table (180 x 76 x 74 cm) !
The building once formed part of the London Gaslight and Coke company. It was badly bomb damaged during the 1940s London Blitz and shortly after demolished and rebuilt in the early 1950s. It later became a textile factory, car park (yes, really!!) and later a theatre rehearsals studio space. It is now a location for filming, photography, launches and events. Features include: Electric blackout blinds, 3 Phase Electrics, Changing and Make up room complete with light-up mirrors, steamer and hanging rails. There are two rooms upstairs for either clients, extras or a green room. The venue has two entrances, one of which is a secret entrance for events and immersive theatre productions. Outside there is a court yard and parking space. It is an ideal place to shoot cars and furniture, with a giant shutter ensuring easy access and loading.
Exceptionally well located directly opposite Reading Station, Fora – Reading exhibits great design and attention to detail. With it's beautiful open event space creating the perfect backdrop for evening networking and drinks events.
The Mess Hall is a brand new 300 cap event space in the heart of Mayfair, located inside the UKs first Immersive Theatre, IMMERSIVE | LDN Located in an ex-military building, we have a broad range of unique spaces including Gatsby's Mansion, The Mess Hall, a shooting range, gun & ammo store and The Lucky Club, our very own cocktail bar. Conveniently located just 60 seconds walk from Bond Street tube station, the venue is in a prime location for everything from product launches and corporate events to performance based shows.
Located right behind the Tate, this space is now the relocation of the previous Gallery. Ever wondered what it might feel like to be in a creative New York Loft. Well wait no longer, and come and experience it right from London.
The Mayfair Gallery is a great clean and modern space for a variety of events, like product launches, press days, corporate dinners, and many more. This gallery provides the perfect blank canvas space, ideal to build your own brand and personality. The venue is located in a great centrally located area close to Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street with easy access all year round.
in Kings Cross is a truly unique space that blends architecture from 1800s with a sophisticated modern-day development. Originally built in the 1800s as the first example of social housing, the original building is a characterful brick building that now sits inside TOG’s workspace, giving a one-of-a-kind aesthetic and an industrial feel. The ground floor offers space for 300 people within pared-back, relaxed surroundings, while the incredible roof terrace, dotted with original chimney pots and brickwork, offers incredible views and space for 40 people. In addition to the large event space, this building has 9 meeting rooms ranging in size from 4 person to 100 person.
No matter what event you are running, planning it is a major task. Even if you’ve organised events before, a new one always comes with its own unique challenges. It’s difficult to know what exactly it is that makes an event a successful one. Here are our top 8 tips for you to follow that we think are truly important when event planning.
Set Your Objectives
Knowing what you want to get out of an event is a key thing to know before you start planning. How will you be able to tell if the event is successful? What is it that this event is supposed to achieve? While it may seem like a silly exercise, it’s important to really sit down and think about it. Having your objectives at the top of your planning document can help you to focus your planning around these. When you need to make an important decision, think whether it is going to help you reach your objectives, and how. You might find yourself saving money on things that weren’t necessary.
Choose A Good Team
An event can’t be planned single-handedly, it takes a team. Choosing your team early and wisely can be the key to a successful event. Play on people’s strengths and don’t be afraid to delegate out major tasks. This leaves you free to manage other things and all of the items on your agenda will get completed to a much higher standard than they would have been otherwise. Make sure that all of the members of your team actually want to be involved. There’s nothing worse than someone who has been forced to be a part of a planning committee.
Money matters. If you don’t have the budget for something, you simply won’t be able to do it. Too many events spend too much and when ticket sales and all income is tallied up, it turns out that they’ve lost money from hosting their event. Perhaps you’ve been given a large budget, and your event doesn’t need to make any profit, that’s great. You still need a detailed budget however. This includes estimated incomings and outgoings, and an up to date cashflow. This needs to be referred back to at every stage of the planning process.
Choose the Right Venue
Choosing the right venue will decide on the mood of your whole event. It’s wise to take your time viewing different locations and talking to the owners. Don’t be afraid to come at them with a list of questions for them to answer, they’ll be more than used to it. Of course, it all needs to stay within budget as well. With so many types of event space for hire in London, you really can go as upmarket as you want, but this all needs to be within your allocated spending. Think about the type of event you’re holding, and the theme that surrounds it. This should help you to choose a truly unique venue.
You need to make sure that you have a project management document that is constantly updated by you and the rest of your team. Have a timeline with action points and regular progress meetings. Many events fail for the simple reason that they haven’t kept organised throughout. While it can be easy to get waylaid while you get busier, keeping all of your notes and paperwork up to date really is key. Without an accurate timeline, no one will know what comes next and you can find yourselves in a last-minute panic to organise items that you’ve forgotten about.
Get High Quality Sponsors
Sponsors can help with budget constraints and encourage people to attend your event through a well-known brand name. If you have sponsors advertising on your behalf, you are going to get a much bigger audience than if it was through your contacts alone. You need to look for quality sponsors early in the process, as getting them can completely change the whole feel and even theme of your event if they ask you to focus in a certain direction.
Without good advertising, no one Is going to turn up to your event. You need to ensure that you have a strong marketing plan, and that it’s implemented at an early stage. This can be everything from cold calling to marketing emails promoting your event. If you have something important that you want people to hear, then you need to make sure that you’re saying it loud enough. Social media of course should never be forgotten, as it is one of the most important advertising tools out there. You just need to ensure that you are using it wisely, and in a way that will generate the ticket sales that you’re after.
Survey the Audience
After your event is over, you might be tempted to just sit back and relax. It is directly after your event however that the most important part of marketing happens. Surveying the audience. In order to make future events a success, you need to know what worked and what didn’t this time around. While you might have your own ideas, sending out a survey to everyone who attended is a great way to gauge the response of the audience. Some of the answers might really surprise you. Once you’ve done this, you should compile a report so it’s ready for the next event you plan.
Planning an event can be lots of fun, but it’s never an easy thing to do. With so much pressure on you to get results, it’s easy to panic and forget crucial items. That’s why having a good team around you, as well as a plan and budget that are constantly updated is so important to ensuring that your event is a successful one.