Centred around Southwark Street’s striking 1860s Chocolate Factory, Menier Spaces comprises three large event venues across two amazing sites.
The Menier Spaces sit above an eclectic range of businesses with a gallery, two theatres, a restaurant, community Space and numerous rehearsal rooms below.
Menier Spaces also owns the majestic Penthouse – which offers panoramic views of the London skyline. We want to show you two of the most inspiring blank canvas venues Menier Spaces has to offer both made up of concrete walls, extensive balconies and floor to ceiling windows.
These Spaces are just ready and waiting to be transformed for your next corporate event.
Menier Attic, Menier Spaces
The Menier Attic is an impressive warehouse Space in the heart of London Bridge featuring original wooden beams, brick walls and sash windows. Occupying the entire top floor of a 1860s Chocolate Factory, the Attic is an excellent example of 19th-century architecture with striking brickwork, floor lit alcoves, huge barn doors and wooden gable roof.
A stone’s throw from London Bridge tube and train station the Menier Attic is ideally located in central London. This is a stunning, unusual and adaptable Space for your next product launch, Christmas party, business meeting, team building, wedding reception or conference.
Menier Penthouse, Menier Spaces
The Menier Penthouse is a blank canvas, fifth floor penthouse with amazing views overlooking the City and the iconic Shard. The Menier Penthouse also comes with South and North facing balconies, stunning concrete walls, floor to ceiling windows and solid stone floor.
This amazing Space can accommodate up to 60 Guests and is therefore ideal for Christmas parties, product launches or intimate networking events. Really impress your Guests with this one-of-a-kind venue.
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