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17.11.2014

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Venue of the Week: The Mall Galleries

This week’s top venue is one of London’s most prestigious – the Mall Galleries. This exclusive central London event space offers guests the chance to celebrate amongst some of the capital’s finest contemporary art exhibitions, within a versatile and modern event space. 

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The flexible venue is perfect for Christmas parties, with great dates remaining including Monday 17th November, Wednesday 3rd December and Wednesday 17th December. If you’d like to grab any of these three dates you’ll even be treated to 20% off your booking. What better place to celebrate with a fine feast created by our team? We’re already in the Christmas spirit, you know!

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As well as Christmas parties the Mall Galleries can host dinners, meetings, conferences and much more. Situated between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square, the Galleries offer a great location right in the heart of Central London, within John Nash’s elegant 1827 Regency Terrace. 

With its Grade I listed exterior and beautifully refurbished interior, the Mall Galleries is one of London’s top cutting edge contemporary gallery spaces in London. 

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Not only is the venue used as an event space, its also home to the Federation of British Artists, a registered charity established in 1961, and includes three main galleries which host exhibitions throughout the year. Hire of the Mall Galleries raises essential funds that help support thousands of artists to exhibit, and allows the charity to continue its education initiatives.

This month sees the venue open its doors for the New English Art Club Annual Exhibition, which provides an opportunity to see over 400 paintings, prints and drawings by members, as well as selected work submitted by the public. The exhibition opens on Friday 28th November. 

Want to find out more or arrange a site visit of the Mall Galleries? Just get in touch with a member of our team, you won’t be disappointed! 

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