Looking for a spectacular space for your next event? Our team has hand-picked their favourite spots in London, perfect for summer entertaining in the capital. If you see one you like just get in touch to discuss your next event!
Royal Hospital Chelsea, Wren House
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. Wren House is a newly opened space at the stunning Chelsea venue – perfect for entertaining this summer.
The Roundhouse is one of capital’s most unusual event spaces. Situated in the heart of Camden, this legendary venue has hosted some of the world’s most famous musicians, and now it is available for private hire.
A world-class venue for private and corporate entertaining, Whitechapel Gallery is situated on the edge of Square Mile, just moments from the City, Canary Wharf and Shoreditch. A range of spaces give this venue the edge when it comes to flexibility.
The View from the Shard
Designed by Master Architect Renzo Piano, The Shard stands at a height of 1,016ft (310m), and is officially the tallest building in Western Europe. This iconic, landmark building has recently redefined the London skyline, so if you’re looking for a venue to impress it doesn’t get much better than this.
Borough Market is one of the capital’s most historic marketplaces. Having recently undergone a three year restoration, the market has been returned to its former glory and offers a unique setting for events.
Old Truman Brewery
This East London venue comprises a wide range of spaces, and is currently home to a hive of creative businesses as well as exclusively independent shops, galleries, markets, bars and restaurants.
Serpentine Gallery and Pavilion by Asif Khan
Focusing on modern and contemporary art The Serpentine Galleries and Pavilion attract up to 800,000 visits a year – but hire it for your event and this unique space could be exclusively yours. Asif Khan’s design is inspired by the fact that Queen Caroline’s Temple was positioned in a way that it would allow it to catch the sunlight from The Serpentine lake. The Summer House takes a circular form whose circumference has been unpeeled to connect us and Queen Caroline’s Temple to a picturesque moment left hidden by William Kent almost 300 years ago.