We showcase small music venues for intimate up and coming acts or unsigned bands, as well as large scale public spaces and famous music venues that have been headlined by some of the best known acts in the world.
Many of our unique venues have the acoustics to act as a classical music hall, live band recording venue or even a comedy act or creative dance event, adding to the versatility and appeal of these fantastic performance spaces. You can also choose from a range of different locations, with some of London’s most sought-after spots featured below.
Split into two areas by an expansive open kitchen, we offer a social 340 capacity seated restaurants, right in the middle of Covent Garden. Our restaurant side hosts an impressive 160 standing capacity space, with all furniture movable to hosts any type of event and occasion allowing regular service to remain on the other side. We can accommodate private room hires on either side of the venue or a full venue hire for large scale events.
Situated in the heart of Mayfair, is a state-of- the-art venue showcasing emerging and established talent within the fast-growing contemporary art world. A gallery by day and private events space by night, the venue boasts the perfect setting to impress clients wishing to host events ranging anything from private dinners to evening networking / drinks receptions, immersive events, brand activations, press days and many more. The venue itself is 6,000 Sq./Ft split over two floors, both of which can operate independently. Exclusive hire of the venue allows for up to 420 guests, with a wide range of facilities on site, including a six-metre custom made LED screen, a sixteen thousand watts / 32 speaker audio system, accompanied by showcase track lighting and multiple rigging points throughout the entire venue. There are also two fully equipped onsite kitchens, both with rear loading bay access. With industrial features as well as a versatile layout, is a brilliant backdrop for events of all natures.
Built in 1929 and now Grade II listed, Conway Hall is a landmark of London’s independent intellectual, political and cultural life. We play host to a wide variety of events from conferences and lectures to concerts, dance classes, drama, festivals, film screenings, charity fund raisers, filming location and more. With a capacity of 400 spread over balcony and floor seating, our Main Hall retains its period features and is internationally renowned for its excellent acoustics.
Re:Centre provides a rare sense of open space in the heart of London. This 4,000 sq. ft. space is perfect for hosting a wide range of events including talks, exhibitions, performances, large group classes, and workshops. With the majestic River Thames flowing directly in front of our Event Space, and a serene landscaped courtyard at the back, we offer a natural, bright and inspiring venue in which to host your event. Please note that Re:Centre is a carefully curated space, and not simply a space-to-hire, we, therefore, require that all event bookings be assessed to ensure they run in line with our vision and core values.
Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall (BGV) is a unique and atmospheric venue housed in the former Lambeth Ragged School opened in 1851. Built on Victorian philanthropy, the school has been transformed into a stunning contemporary art gallery and versatile blank canvas event space. BGV has three very individual event spaces and a courtyard garden that capture the best of London design. Our distinct spaces can be hired out separately, in combination or as a whole. We are available to hire for corporate events, photo-shoots, filming, conferences, wedding receptions and private parties. Located in Central London we are situated close to excellent transport links and have several on-site parking spaces for clients. The Upper Space With its 7 metre high white walls, original stepped wooden floor and large arched windows, the Upper Space is a spectacular room full of natural light. This large, impressive space is ideal for ceremonies, conferences, product launches and corporate hospitality. Facilities include a lighting rig with spots, up lighting and a projection balcony with broadband capability. The whole space is fitted with underfloor heating and has single and 3 phase electricity. Capacity: Standing:150 / Seated:100 / Area:1600 sq ft The Lower Space Perfect for smaller and more intimate events such as dinners, meetings and workshops. The Lower Space has white walls, an original Yorkstone floor, cast iron pillars and large windows providing excellent natural light. The Lower Space can be hired on its own but is included in any hire as this is where the toilets are located: x2 Gents, x2 Ladies and x1 Wheelchair access. Facilities include down-light spotlights with dimmers and 6 double sockets. Capacity: Standing:150 / Seated:100 / Area:1300 sq ft The Arch Space An atmospheric space suitable for large events, the Arch Space has exposed brick walls, a state-of-the-art invisible infrared heating system and sprung wooden floor (painted grey). Its urban aesthetic complements the period features of the Upper and Lower Spaces and its stunning, cavernous capacity makes it ideal for product launches, fashion shows, distinctive sit-down dinners and film shoots. Facilities include single and 3 phase electricity. Capacity: Standing:500 / Seated:400 / Area:3150 sq ft The Courtyard Garden The secluded, plant-filled Courtyard Garden is an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding area. Ideal for summer parties, receptions and al-fresco events, this tranquil space is available to hire in conjunction with any of the 3 spaces. Along with benches we have a large retractable all-weather canopy. It is possible to erect a marquee or park food trucks in this space.
Park Village Studios, also known as the Old Riding School, was built in 1892 as an indoor riding arena to serve the residents of the Nash Houses of Regent’s Park. Protected by English Heritage, its eclectic history includes housing elephants, giraffes and a brown bear named ‘Spitfire’, when nearby London Zoo was bombed in WW2. Park Village Studios is situated metres from the Gloucester Gate entrance to Regent's Park. Offering 7,000 sq ft of flexible event space over three distinctive areas, the studios have been converted to provide a stunning setting for film, photography and a wide array of events - from workshops, weddings and product launches to film screenings, large scale conferences and brand events, complete with break-out rooms and state-of-the-art AV and production. STUDIO 1: Studio 1 is the centrepiece of Park Village, a 2,700 sq ft double-height converted Victorian riding arena. At one end, a beautiful cast-iron spiral staircase leads to the original decorative viewing gallery and The Stables. At the other, a J-shaped infinity cove provides an eye-catching backdrop for 3D mapping, projections and set-dressing possibilities. Studio 1 has full blackout and daylight options, as well as flexible lighting set-ups from the steel rigging. Perfect for large numbers and big production builds. STUDIO 2: Studio 2 is a more contemporary space used for product launches, presentations, as a gallery, a break-out area or catering set-up for larger events when exclusively hiring the building. With drive-in vehicle access, an open kitchen and its own Styling Suite, Studio 2 is an ultra-flexible events space. The mezzanine area above Studio 2 comes as part of the rental of this space. STUDIO 3 (THE STABLES): With its high-vaulted wooden beamed ceiling and elegant tiles, Studio 3 (The Stables) offers a pleasing contrast to the other studio spaces. At 1,300 sq ft it benefits from excellent natural light, with the option of full blackout. The space includes a large entrance lobby, accessible via an industrial staircase built over the original horse ramp. It can be hired individually for drinks receptions, workshops, screenings and conferences or used as a breakout room when exclusively hiring the building. FEATURES, FACILITIES & SPECS: Features: - Former Victorian riding school - English Heritage protected - Vaulted ceilings - Vintage tiling - Reception area - Drive-in access - Four separate entrance options - Natural light / black out options - Outdoor garden / smoking area Facilities: - Full-service commercial kitchen - preferred caterers list available - Three parking spaces - Two separate make-up rooms, with classic styling stations - Can provide chairs, tables, flipcharts and other conference equipment - Flatscreen TV Specs: - State of the art audio and PA system - Full HD projector (6K Lumens) - Lecterns, screens and wireless microphones - 1 Gig Ultra-fast wifi throughout the building - 3 phase power CAPACITIES: Studio 1: Standing - 300 Theatre - 225 Banquet - 175 Cabaret - 140 Studio 2: Standing - 100 (140 with mezzanine) Theatre - 80 Banquet - 75 Cabaret - 75 Studio 3 (The Stables): Standing - 100 Theatre - 100 Banquet - 100 Cabaret - 80
There are a number of beautifully designed event spaces for hire. At the heart of the building is The Exchange, a versatile space designed for the sharing of ideas and experiences. Combing bohemian accents with lush greenery and raw industrial edge, this venue is the perfect space to host memorable events that will leave a lasting impact on guests. The space features a Function One sound system – a fully equipped club standard DJ booth – plus programmable event lighting, stage options, state of the art projection equipment and fully stocked bar licensed until 4am. The Gallery is a light and bright event space boasting 4m floor-to-ceiling windows. From screening and lectures to networking, away days as well as private parties, this space is suitable for a variety of purposes. The Private Dining room, featuring a dramatic walnut boardroom table with copper inlays, is the place to host impressive metings, dinners and working days.
Unit 10 is a monolithic industrial space situated three minutes walk from Tottenham station.
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Tara Theatre is an awarding-winning gem available for venue hire in London. Just 10 minutes by Rail from Waterloo. Step through the Indian front door of our Edwardian terrace into a world of elegant fusion, providing a unique setting for any event. Theatre – plush seats, soaring ceilings and exposed brickwork combined with state-of-the-art technical facilities, perfect for private parties, launch events, conferences, weddings and receptions. Studio – an abundance of natural light and smooth oakwood floors, ideal for meetings, workshops, rehearsals, seminars and more. Foyer & Patio-Garden –a charming haven for parties and events with a café/bar.
Ground Floor The Book Club's Ground floor is a converted Victorian Warehouse. Popular with meetings, co-workers and lunches during the day because of it's airy and open feel, it plays host to ever-changing quarterly art exhibitions, keeping it on Shoredtich's map as one of its most iconic venues. By night its slightly darker side comes out - the lights dim and the music gets cranked up to host thirsty and hungry revelers. It is a great venue for anything involving networking and hearty, delicious food and drink and music. It's also an ideal floor to have as part of overall venue hire at Christmas. Ground Floor - Ping Pong Room Need a small, private space to conduct your meeting, class or workshop Hire the space on its own, or opt for a lunch package with teas & coffees. Seated: 12 Seated/Standing: 20 Basement On weekdays and daytimes, steer away from the limp sandwiches and harsh lighting of stuffy conference centres and hire our basement event space for your meeting or away day. Bookings of under 30 can eat upstairs and there are great buffet and platter menus for larger groups. Theater Style: 100 Cabaret Style: 80 At nightime, this flexible event space holds everything from TED talks to club nights. It's often unavailable for general hire during the week due to programming, but it's a brilliant venue to throw a mean Woodlandia-themed Christmas party for up to 250 guests with its own dancefloor, DJ booth, bar, cloakroom and bathrooms all located on one level. Enquire for menus and rates!
Shoreditch Treehouse is a breathtakingly beautiful and unique loft space; and one of the most instagrammable venues in Shoreditch. With not one, but two swings. This hidden Urban Garden is within walking distance from Old St, Shoreditch High Street and Liverpool Street Stations. Filled with lots of magical fairy lights, large plants, high wooden ceilings and 12 large sash windows, which allow floods of natural light into the venue all day. The venue is extremely versatile, with the flexibility to move the furniture around to best suit your needs, allowing guests to run a wide range of events, including: - Board meetings / Team meetings - Offsite days / Workshops - Seminars / Conferences - Networking events - Product launches - Photoshoots - Filming - Intimate concerts and Supper clubs. Prices start from £200 per hour.
Located at the top of the tallest building in London, The View from The Shard is an unparalleled event space sitting 244m above the capital that justifies excellence; Renzo Piano designed The Shard to provide guests with a 40 mile view in all directions- on a really clear day guests can see the coast at Southend-on-Sea! The View from The Shard has 2 viewing platforms; level 69 hosts up to 300 guests in its spacious 2,592 square footage area or 90 guests seated for dinner and the open- air deck on level 72 has a further capacity giving a total events space hosting up to 400 standing for a reception within its 2,864 square feet. With a 24 hour events licence anything is possible- whether you are looking to host your guests in the highest event space in Western Europe for breakfast meetings, semi- exclusive drinks receptions or networking events or looking to host a Christmas party or evening function, The View from The Shard offers a unique space with breath-taking views. We understand that each event is as unique as the person who is organising it, therefore we like to provide a bespoke proposal for you, looking at your specific requirements to see what we can best offer you. Send us a message and let's see how your event could look in the highest events space within Western Europe; we look forward to hearing from you.
is East London’s most exciting event space! Nestled under two railway arches, the space also boasts a sun soaked courtyard perfect for welcome receptions and BBQs. It is a unique and charming space, perfect for promoted events, private parties, weddings, corporate functions and team building days. allows for versatility, being a space that can be dressed creatively, allowing organisers to fully maximise the individual aesthetic and feel of their event. Each arch has a standing capacity of 250 guests and you may hire one or both arches depending on the size of your event. Furthermore the venue also boasts a fully functional kitchen, state of the art sound systems and event coordination. Our very own brewery is just across the road and we also offer brewery tours and masterclasses to add an extra dynamic to your event!
The Pickled Hen is a modern take on the great British gastro pub, serving locally sourced honest food. Join us for an exclusively unique experience in our gastro pub for drinks, dinner and more. Book exclusively the pub or our private dining section, The Den, for your drink’s reception and private events. Our team will tailor a bespoke experience you’re sure to love.
COVID-19 update: In light of recent government recommendations, it's with huge sadness however that we'll be temporarily closing our London venues (Soho, Holborn and Islington) with immediate effect. We feel this is the best decision for all our colleagues, their families, and every one of you - our fantastic customers that we're lucky enough to welcome through our doors and into our private karaoke rooms. If you have an existing booking, our team will be in touch. If you want to ask us anything in the meantime, please don't hesitate to get in contact via We'll be monitoring developments closely to keep you informed of any changes, but for now we hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy during this troubling time. We're lucky enough to be able to offer home entertainment alongside our bars. So if you're stuck in the house and looking for something to do, then maybe try turn cabin fever to disco fever. For a month's free subscription to our online karaoke service, head to our online karaoke player at https://www.luckyvoicekaraoke.com/ and enter code LUCKY20 And if you want to get some serious practice in for when our private karaoke rooms are back open, then check out all our home karaoke kits here https://shop.luckyvoice.com/. You can get a further £5 off using discount code SINGSAFE ------------------- The latest addition to the Lucky Voice Family, our Holborn venue is the largest in LV history – along with 10 state of the art private rooms that can fit up to 140 happy singers, there’s also a large bar area designed in stunning lux pop aesthetic, as well as a sizeable dance floor with space and equipment for a live DJ.
Harrow School is a unique venue in North West London. Our famous Speech Room was built in 1871 and can now be hired exclusively for your events. The historical style of the Speech Room replicates the Globe Theatres curvature, housing tiered seating. This provides a dramatic backdrop for guests to enjoy corporate conferences/dinners, award ceremonies, private dinners, fashion shows or even a pop-up cinema. The Speech Room also holds a Civil Wedding license. This is perfect for a traditional wedding in London and Asian Weddings, accommodating 500 guests for the ceremony or a 120 guest, seated wedding breakfast. Related Venue: The Alex Fitch Room
If you’ve always dreamed about getting into events and promoting the local and new bands that you love and care about, then sometimes the best way to do so is just by diving in and learning on the job. Of course, it takes a lot to organise your first gig, so you’re going to need to think and plan a lot to make sure you get the logistics right. After every successful event, you’ll learn more about the best ways to keep both bands and audience happy. To help you bring your first event together, we’ve created this step-by-step guide to get you started.
Step 1: Time to Think About Money
What type of a budget you have to spend is the first thing that you need to consider. After all, the bands will need to be paid, and you might need to pay for venue hire. While you can of course recoup this in ticket sales, generating enough isn’t always guaranteed, particularly when it’s the first time you’ve hosted a gig. You will need to be realistic with yourself and with others about how much you have to spend, taking into account the worst-case scenarios. Once you have a figure in your head, you can move on to the rest of the planning.
Step 2: Time to Talk to Venues
Getting a venue on board with your plans will be your next step. You’ll need to be honest with them about your budget, but many are willing to listen to any idea that will bring in more punters to their premises. If your first gig goes well, they might even give you a regular slot on the bill. There are music venues for hire in London throughout the city, so find one that suits you locally that you know will draw in the crowds. Some venues can even be hired on a minimum spend basis, which means that so long as the audience spends a certain amount at the bar, you won’t be charged for room rental at all.
Step 3: Time to Talk to Bands
Now that you have a venue secured, it’s time to talk to potential acts for your first gig. Maybe you know some of the bands and singers personally and so have mentioned that you’d like to host a gig before, but even if you haven’t, now is the time to set all of the details down in stone. If you’re lucky, some may be happy to play for free, however many artists expect some form of payment and it’s their right to receive it for all of their hard work. The size of the venue you’ve booked will change who you ask to play. For new, local artists, a small pub or club is perfect, and they’ll be happier to have a gig to play and to get their name out there.
Step 4: Time to Promote
The power of the internet can never be underestimated when it comes to promoting a music gig. Share the details far and wide, and let everyone know where it is, what time is starts, who’s playing and how much it costs. Having a promotion on for the first few people through the door will encourage everyone to turn up early. Head to the different local music groups and share your event there as well. Of course, if you have the budget for it, printing out a basic poster and having it up in the venue as well as other local bars and music clubs in the area will help as well. Yet at this stage, social media is really going to be the marketing tool that you will most rely on the get your first gig up and running.
Step 5: Time to Talk Tech
If you’ve done your research and asked the right questions when hiring your venue, then you’ll know what type of sound system is available to you. This has to be one of the most important things to the success of any music gig. If the sound system isn’t up to scratch, none of the audience will return for a second gig. This is why looking into well known clubs and pubs may stand to you in the long run. You will need to get a list of all of the equipment that each band is bringing with them, and what they need on the night. Having a good sound technician is of course a must. Sometimes they will be recommended by the venue, and sometimes you’ll have to find your own. Having all the bands down for the sound test to check on everything is also something that can’t be missed.
Step 6: Time to Timeline
For any event, you need a timeline of when things are to happen, and a music gig is no different. Of course, things can get delayed, but sticking to the times that you have listed will give you a reputation for being punctual and your audience will respect that. Make sure you know what time everything needs to shut down by and follow that completely or you’ll soon find yourself without a venue. Having a detailed timeline for when everyone is to arrive, when soundcheck is, what time doors are opening at, and so on, will help with the logistics of the whole event. Everything will run much smoother with in in hand.
Whether you’re planning a one-off gig, or you hope that it’s to be one of many, your first music event will always be nerve-wracking. Make sure that you take the time to enjoy the bands that you’ve brought together on the night and have a chat to them all afterwards. Always be open to feedback on anything that could be improved upon, and you might find yourself hosting your next gig a lot sooner than you might think.