The London Kitchen cater at some of the capital’s most prestigious event spaces, from the impressive space of Camden’s Roundhouse to the intimate galleries of the Foundling Museum. The team are looking forward to a new year full of sumptuous dinners, elegant receptions and truly unforgettable events in London’s most exciting event space. Here are a few of our favourite venues for entertaining in 2014 – and some new additions to The London Kitchen’s repertoire!
Farnborough’s historic wind tunnels are to launch as private event spaces in 2014, as part of Artliner’s Wind Tunnel Project. The Grade I listed flight-testing warehouses, located beside TAG Farnborough Airport, will be transformed into a unique, contemporary venue for private and corporate events – exclusively catered by The London Kitchen.
The Foundling Museum at Brunswick Square is no ordinary event space. This one has a story to tell. Not only is the Foundling Museum reaped in history and ever so handsome, it has also truly done its bit for the country, both culturally and in a lovely good Samaritan sort of way… And that gives it that little bit of extra appeal in our book.
If you’re looking for event space on an epic scale you’ll love our next pick – Building Six at the O2. The venue comprises a number of vast interconnected spaces, making it as flexible as they come. There’s also a mezzanine level, and unrivalled outside space which creates an impressive al fresco room.
London’s iconic Southbank Centre is perfectly situated in the heart of the action alongside The London Eye – and it’s just around the corner from The London Kitchen headquarters, making it just about perfect for events catered by us! The vast venue encompasses 21 acres of event space, consisting of Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall (containing the Purcell Room), and The Saison Poetry Library. So events large and small are perfectly suited to this very flexible venue.
One of Covent Garden’s hidden gems, Ice Tank is a truly unique space in the heart of the action. This light, airy and open space is located just off Shaftesbury Avenue. A total blank canvas, Ice Tank boasts a gigantic skylight, bright white walls and wall-to-floor glass windows.
Our next venue pick is is one of the capital’s most unusual – the incredible Roundhouse. Situated in the heart of Camden, this legendary venue has hosted some of the world’s most famous musicians in its time, but now it’s available for private hire. And a very impressive venue it does make!