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10 Venues to Explore This Month

Looking for somewhere amazing to host your next event? Take a look at this month’s top venues, featuring everything from a stunning, historic ballroom to the ultimate blank canvas. Which one will you pick?


Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

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Since 1953 this venue has been a real East-end Working Men’s Club. The club holds regular social events each week; from racy, cultural or refined to mostly wild, unhinged good-times, and it’s perfect if you’re looking to hire something totally different. It’s tucked away off the beaten track, East of Shoreditch, South East of Dalston.



Brewer Street Car Park

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Brewer Street Car Park has long been recognised as an iconic building in the heart of London but now it’s fast becoming Soho’s most dynamic creative space – home to a public programme of audio-visual shows, events and installations curated by The Vinyl Factory.



Rivoli Ballroom

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The Rivoli Ballroom is one of the last remaining intact 1950’s style ballroom left in London. Designed by Henley Attwater with a simple barrel-vaulted auditorium it first opened in July 1913. Fitted with a sprung Maple Dance floor, you can dance all night without feeling it on your feet.



68 Dean Street


A masterpiece of early Georgian architecture in Soho, central London, 68 Dean Street is suitable for delegates centre; sale centre, stills shoots, press launches and movie shoots. Proceeds from same help to complete the restoration and furnishing of this unusual early Georgian town house which is open to the public by appointment.



One Friendly Place


These studio locations, built in the 1930s as a spice warehouse, are set over 7,500 sq. ft. on a private road, over four floors including the 1500 sq. ft. roof top. There’s a huge kitchen, roof terrace, decaying conservatory, huge studio space, rock stars’ pad, bistro and a floor of industrial chic all split into three separate studio locations that can be hired individually or collectively.



Building Six

If you’re looking for event space on an epic scale you’ll love Building Six at the O2. The venue comprises a number of vast interconnected spaces, enabling you to entertain over three levels. The spaces can also be hired individually for more intimate events, making this venue one of the most flexible in town.



Leighton House Museum


Leighton House is an exceptional venue for entertaining, providing an unforgettable setting for corporate and private dinners, receptions, lectures, concerts and photographic or film shoots. Whether you wish to host a birthday party in Leighton’s unique Arab Hall for 80 of your closest friends and family or launch your brand in Leighton’s ‘private palace of art’, we can work with you every step of the way.


Ice Tank


One of Covent Garden’s hidden gems, Ice Tank is a truly unique space in the heart of the action. Light and airy, this open place space is located just off Shaftesbury Avenue. This one’s about as contemporary as they come, making it perfect for creative events where flexibility is key. A total blank canvas, Ice Tank boasts a gigantic skylight, bright white walls and wall-to-floor glass windows.


Royal Hospital Chelsea


On the banks of the Thames, in the heart of one of London’s most fashionable districts, the Royal Hospital Chelsea offers a number of historic and beautiful spaces to hire, both inside and out.


Borough Market


Borough Market is one of the capital’s most historic marketplaces. The Market Hall is a stunning venue right in the heart of the action. The venue is surrounded by a striking glass structure, with hops, fruits, flowers, herbs and more growing within its walls. Produce grown here is used in the market’s demonstration kitchen. This foodie paradise can set the scene for a canapé or bowl food reception, or even a sumptuous seated dinner and after party.

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