In this section you can browse our extensive collection and choose from some of the most unique and versatile event spaces, all of which are available for competitive prices and can be found in fantastic locations throughout East, West and Central London for any number of different occasions.
Two beautiful venue/meeting rooms in an old church school building, 5 minutes walk from London Bridge Station. Comes fully equipped with furniture, projector & screen. This space is suitable for Away Days, Conferencing and Meetings Please note that we have no availability for evenings or weekends.
An outdoor venue suited to bigger parties with a more relaxed vibe. It’s a large green area which you can theme any which way you’d like, with a large structure put up on the green & with plenty of room for garden games! A popular option for this space is to get in food trucks or have a BBQ and with stunning views of Battersea Power Station in the background, it’s a very iconic space! We are a dry hire venue & carefully selected list of caterers, mixologists and other suppliers who we will be happy to discuss further with you. Alternatively you can bring in your own suppliers, subject to relevant paperwork. Our onsite Event Manager will be on hand to help you ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible. Events must be finished by 1am & additional charges apply for security and waste collection.
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.
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.
If you’re looking for space in Shoreditch it doesn’t get much more centrally placed than this. Just North of Shoreditch High Street you’ll find our multi-purpose warehouse. There's 3,450 sq ft in total available: with four rooms to act as a perfect blank backdrop to your event Studio One Studio One is a cafe between 8:30am -5pm. Protein Studios has unlimited access to Studio One during the evening. Already set up in a restaurant style, Studio One is the perfect setting for everything from a pop-up restaurant to an impressive main entrance and bar for nighttime events. Upon request, Studio One is available to hire during the day. The buyout fee ranges from £1,000 during the week to £1,500 on a weekend. Up to 75% of the hire fee can be used towards daytime catering and refreshments. Studio Two White uninterrupted base for any event. The space includes drive-in ground floor roller shutter access for set-up. The open-front studio is located on the cut-through between Great Eastern and Shoreditch High Street and guarantees a steady natural footfall. Studio Three Studio Three connects Studios Two and Four. It can work as a backstage private area and works as an extension of studio Four and Studio Two. Studio Four This self-contained space is perfect for pop-up retail and small-scale events. Accessible via a glass shop front.
Home to the liveliest venue in Camden market - a must see gem in one of Londons favourite hot spots! What once was a 19th Century Horse Hospital is now a bar, club, restaurant and show room all under one roof. Not to mention our infamous Winter Chalet terrace on top of the roof, with two private bars, live music every day and an idyllic winter setting. The versatility and the vast array of events it can hold within its historic four walls, make it second to none. The WOW factor is never lost, whether it is used for an exclusive hire or whether one of our private horse stables is hosting an intimate smaller party. It has something for everyone! The Team are vastly experienced in running a multitude of beautifully organised events, always ensuring a wild and wonderful experience from enquiry to the day of your party!
The is a dry hire venue with a beautiful blank canvas you can transform the space to fit your style and creative vision. We have a carefully selected list of caterers, mixologists and other suppliers who we will be happy to discuss further with you. Alternatively you can bring in your own suppliers, subject to relevant paperwork. Our onsite Event Manager will be on hand to help you ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible. Events must be finished by 1am & additional charges apply for security and waste collection. The marquee can host up to 150 guests standing or 120 guests seated. The gallery can accommodate up to 80 people at one time (across the four floors). Please note there is no lift in the building and to access the first, second and third floor you will need to climb a set of stairs.
Three floors of fun... Welcome to Benk+Bo, a stunning brutalist building which is host to three floors of beautiful, creative, inspiring and multi-functional events spaces in the heart of Spitalfields, east London. From a fully-fitted professional kitchen, cafe and bar, yoga studio, two-story events space, a meeting room and a piano room all in the signature Benk + Bo aesthetic, we are perfectly equipped to host a whole range of events. From workshops to Supper-clubs, press launches, to exhibitions and private parties, our carefully curated style and attention to detail as well as the flexibility, functionality and competitive pricing of our event spaces means we can offer our clients a truly unique and memorable place to host your event and wow your guests. Ground Floor The ground floor comprises a stunning cafe/ bar area with seated lounge filled with mid-century soft furnishings and plenty of greenery and bathed in natural light. This space is ideal for drinks receptions, talks and socials and also provides the perfect welcome area for a food/ wellness event on the other floors. Lower Ground Floor The lower ground floor comprises our large, fully-fitted professional kitchen (please see our brochure for full specs) and beautiful dedicated events space. This area lends itself perfectly for private dining events, talks and exhibitions as well as press launches and brand activations. The furniture and layouts are extremely flexible and the space provides a stunning blank canvas on which to create a personalised setting for your event. Like the rest of the building, the space boasts eight Philips Hue lights which are fully customisable to any imaginable colour palette- perfect for creating a branded space or particular mood. First Floor Our first floor comprises three rooms as well as WC shower room. Our large, bright, airy and well- equipped yoga studio is perfect for hosting wellness events as well as seated talks, workshops and also exhibitions. In addition to this we have two meeting rooms which also double us as green rooms, treatment spaces, cloakrooms and workshop spaces. To learn more about the spaces we hire please see ur brochure. More details on the events we have hosted in the past available at https://www.benkandbo.com/hireourspace
A unique ground floor, blank canvas showroom event space based in Central London, W1, 3 mins walk from Tottenham Court Road Underground Station. Available for dry hire and ideal for Press Shows, Product Launches, Photography Shoot, Samples Sales, Business Seminars & Presentations. The venue ground floor access, ideal for loading and unloading.
Launched late 2017 becoming the latest venue opened under the Balls Brothers brand; Adams Court is a stunning brand-new venue spread across 3 floors and nestled in a bustling courtyard just yards away from Bank station. The Copper Bar is a beautiful versatile space with natural daylight and a huge outdoor terrace, making it perfect for almost any occasion. Our Top Floor is a magnificent space to be enjoyed by all. We can cater for up to 240 people standing and 130 seated in the space. Perfect for your Corporate Event, Christmas party, private hire large sit-down meals or a night out with friends. Adams Court has fantastic facilities which can meet any event. We offer a fine range of menus to suit any event and have a delectable range of Corporate and Christmas menus to offer. A huge outdoor terrace A busy outdoor courtyard bar Multiple rooms and spaces Bar and Restaurant space Large private dining rooms for up to 130 seated and 240 standing Disabled access
Unfortunately we do not accept private party bookings This light-filled space is a versatile environment for your next event. Featuring stunning views of the City skyline and Shard, and nestled close to Borough Market, the Penthouse is conveniently located a few minutes walk from London Bridge Station. A true haven in the heart of London, the Penthouse has a laid back refined vibe and offers ultimate privacy in the heart of London Bridge. A generous space with areas for breakout, two balconies and stunning floor to ceiling windows. The team at the Menier Penthouse can provide a range of catering options for your event - from breakfast pastries and buffet lunches to fully staffed champagne and canapé receptions. Catering, AV hire, DDR etc all available to meet your event requirements. A popular space for corporate events, training days, product launches, away days, filming and photo shoots. The striking setting of Menier Penthouse has made it popular with many high street, and high end, brands and it has featured in major publications in the UK and internaitonally. Capacity: 60 people Max Setups Available: Theatre style / Banquet / Cabaret / Boardroom Stats: 263sqm internal space + 67sqm of open terraces. 2.7m ceiling height. Kitchen and bathroom. Private lobby with lift access. Facilities: kitchen/toilet/separate green room available on request Access: 3 minute walk from London Bridge Tube/ loading bay directly outside property/ lift opens directly into space Additions: 65" Screen, Sound System, Microphones, Stage, Lecterns, Flipcharts, Beanbags
Hire our exclusive secret Roof Garden events space, on the top floor of the infamous Wardour Street in Soho. With room for 30 persons, High-speed wifi private hire only, and a full events team to help organise your event, the roof at Wardour Street is great for: - Private summer parties - Pop up bar areas & Brand launch events
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Oui 2 Rooms is a multi-award winning blank canvas showroom event space venue, available for dry hire and situated in the heart of Central London W1 - 3 minutes from Oxford Circus Underground Station. The Venue is ideal for Press Shows, Product Launches, Photography Shoots, Sample Sales & Business Seminars/Meetings. Oui 2 Rooms has ground floor access, ideal for loading and unloading.
A brand new townhouse venue in the heart of Covent Garden, opened for the first time in July 2019. The space hosts a rotational art gallery and is available for events, pop-ups and photoshoots. The building is Victorian and was the original office of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first publishers, The Strand Magazine, so is mentioned in several Sherlock Holmes stories. Brilliant natural light and elegant period architecture make this townhouse a fantastic blank canvas for brands with creative concepts. The large windows and prominent shopfront in a busy area mean that this a fantastic location for retail pop-ups, events and immersive experiences. The venue offers dry-hire, full event packages and everything in between. In July the venue has opened with the first three floors available for hire and a fourth can be used as back of house or for storage. The building totals six floors (3500 sq ft) so there are also opportunities for those with bigger concepts looking for a six floor takeover.
A bright and airy creative space located on the canal, in central Hackney Wick and alongside the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. White Post Cafe is a contemporary, multi-use space. It has a large Atrium venue adjoining. The interior is totally unique and captures the rich artistic live/work vibe in Hackney Wick. We are an ideal venue for product launches, corporate events, party bookings, wedding receptions, music gigs, and late night events. The venue can either be hired or space reserved. Available for wet/dry hires. Weekend - wet hires upwards of £3500 (100 plus people) Photo shoots Film shoots Talks Gatherings Business parties/celebrations Live music gigs and DJ club nights Creative meetings
Showing your work is always nerve-wracking, especially if it’s a gallery opening dedicated solely to your art. It can be hard to know where to begin with something like this, which is why having a good checklist is so important.
The most work obviously comes before that actual event, but don’t be daunted! Give yourself plenty of time and you’ll have it all organised in no time.
As with any event, planning is key. Write a checklist of everything that you need to do, along with the dates that you need to get them done by. Knowing what date you want your opening to be on is the first step, but don’t advertise this until you have confirmed the venue.
Choose your Artwork
Part of the planning process for a gallery opening is knowing what paintings/ sculptures/ photographs that you are going to display. This isn’t always easy. While you might know what your best pieces are, it can be hard to choose from the rest of your work. That’s why it’s good to start from a theme. If there is one piece of art or a series that you want to be the focus, develop a theme around them. While there may be some other pieces you want to display, if they don’t fit with this theme, set them aside. Work on the name of the exhibition that you will be using on all of your promotional material. Choose artwork that will be a range of prices, so that there is something for everyone.
Where you hold the exhibition is key to the success of the opening. Make sure that it is not in an awkward location to get to, allows catering, and that there is plenty of room for both people and artwork. While cosy spaces can be intimate, you need to think about how many people might attend before you commit to a smaller space. Vacant spaces for hire in London mean that you can find something truly unique that can fit your needs and the theme of your art. If you go for a more traditional gallery space, talk to them and find what their code of conduct is and whether your ideas will be suitable. Communication with the curators will be key.
Refreshments will be expected at a gallery opening, so make sure that you can provide them. Canapes and wine are the traditional, but if that doesn’t fit with your style, then mix it up a little bit. There’s nothing wrong with craft beer can cocktail sausages, so long as it doesn’t look out of place!
Once the planning is well underway, you’ll need to start promoting the event. Now is the time to get a catalogue together and printed. Have a poster for it that you can use to advertise on social media as well as physically. Make sure that the details on your website are all up to date. No one wants to Google you only to see previous works and no mention of your opening.
Hang Your Work
Supervise the hanging and placing of your work, so that you know that everything is in the right place. Depending on the venue, you might need to get volunteers in to help you transport and move artwork for you.
Get a good night’s sleep before the opening - and try and relax! At this stage, there’s nothing more that you can do, so congratulate yourself on your organisational skills.
On the Day
It’s the day of the opening and it’s all come together wonderfully! Now you just need to get through the event and sell some artwork.
Know What to Say
You’ll be expected to make a speech of some kind, so make sure you have prepared this in advance. Even if someone else is hosting, a few words of thank you are still appropriate. You will have people asking you questions about your pieces, so make sure you know what to say. Don’t make it up on the spot but be able to delve into the technique and emotions of any of your pieces.
Talk to Reviewers
Talking to reviewers and bloggers will help to get your name out there so be polite and give them your time, answering any questions that they might have about your work and it’s meaning. Try and get their details so you can add it to your mailing list and look up their review.
It’s important that you get yourself out there on opening day and talk to as many people as possible. Get the people you know to introduce you to others and take yourself around the gallery. It will surprise you how many potential buyers there will be, and they will all want to talk to the artist.
It’s over and everything went smoothly, but you’re not done yet! While you can relax, there are still a few things to keep working on.
After the event, it’s important to email out thank yous or send cards to everyone who made it a success. Let them know that you appreciate all that they have done to make the event what it was. Send an email out to your entire mailing list thanking everyone for attending.
Keep Your Catalogue Up to Date
With any luck, you’ll have sold a few pieces straight away! It’s important to keep your online catalogue up to date, so potential buyers won’t be disappointed if they get in contact with you directly.
While the opening is over, you want to keep up interest in your work for as long as possible. Blog about the show immediately afterwards and post on social media every time you sell a piece. If you get reviews, make sure you share them to keep up the buzz.
When it’s all on you, hosting a gallery opening is hard work, but it’s worth it to see the whole thing come together. Keep calm and follow a good plan, and you’ll soon see the benefit of all of your hard work.