Check out our favourite event venues this month.
From the finest steak and seafood restaurant to a party venue inspired by a quaint little hill-station town located in the dense Nilgiri mountains of Southern India, we explore a spectacular range of Spaces ready and waiting to give your next event the perfect backdrop.
Located just down the road from their namesake Nicholas Hawksmoor’s Christ Church Spitalfields, 2 minutes’ walk from Shoreditch High Street and 10 minutes’ walk from Liverpool Station, Old Street and Aldgate stations, you will find this delightful steak and seafood restaurant.
Hidden within is an intimate private dining room that is perfect for anything from corporate entertaining, team celebrations and Christmas parties. A great offering of food and drink combines perfectly with a vibrant atmosphere to provide a superb setting for your event.
2. Ooty Station
Inspired by its namesake, the Ooty Station at 66 Baker Street transports you to a bygone era with a bespoke ambience effortlessly blended with contemporary trimmings.
It is an all-day casual Space, where one can enjoy exquisite signature cocktails accompanied by bites and nibbles with an Indian twist.
The original Ooty is a quaint little hill-station town located in the dense Nilgiri mountains. Popular with the British during the Raj, it continues to hold its appeal as an idyllic tourist destination.
3. Club Chinois
Hedonistic dining with devilishly curious entertainment, set in extraordinary surroundings.
Beyond large red doors, in the heart of Mayfair, a stone’s throw from the famous Berkeley Square, lies an opulent hideaway for bold Chinese cuisine, crafted cocktails and thrilling entertainment.
Club Chinois is an underground hideaway, from early evening to late-night revelry. Enter into the dramatic Wave Bar before being seated for dinner, drinks and mischievous fun.
If it is a workshop Space you are in search of in London, look no further than Lumiere, a contemporary, fully-equipped studio based in the centre of the city.
Lumiere offers a wide variety of Spaces, including the White Loft, a beautiful, bright studio with plenty of natural light and a contemporary feel provided by the crisp, white decor. The Victorian Loft is peaceful, spacious and cosy while The Gallery has a retro and vintage atmosphere.
See for yourself with a 3D Tour of the venue.
From conferences and meetings to gala dinners and large receptions, the Museum of London is home to a Space that is perfect for any occasion.
Ellipse Hall is one of the largest Spaces on offer at the venue, complemented by state-of-the-art facilities and the option to combine the Space with the Entrance Hall where the focal point is a futuristic bar.
Elsewhere, The Garden Room has a capacity of up to 70 delegates and can be used as a breakout room for the Terrace Gallery, while Designing a Moment offers a unique opportunity to give your guests exclusive access to the London 2012 Cauldron as part of a breakfast or evening event.
From banquets to receptions, product launches to parties, previews to performances; Tanner Warehouse can do it all.
This venue is big on corporate events. Whether you’re planning a formal conference or a motivational team-building day, the team at Tanner Warehouse will set things up to suit you and your people.
This stunning converted warehouse event Space can accommodate up to 150 seated and 350 standing. For a truly spectacular event why not take over the entire building for up to 450 Guests.
The Grade II listed Queens’ Building is home to the elegant Octagon. Built in 1887, the Octagon was originally the Queen Mary library, designed by Victorian architect ER Robson and inspired by the Reading Room at the British Museum.
Restored in 2006, brightly coloured leather-bound books have been reinstated to the bookshelves with busts of famous literati looking down from the beautiful high domed ceiling; combining to create a wonderfully atmospheric setting in order to provide a ‘wow’ factor for any event.
There you have it, a collection of some of our favourite UK event venues for hire. For more London venues, visit our city page here.