If you’re looking for a venue to get guests talking, you could choose a spot made famous by one of your favourite TV programmes. There’s a great event space behind any stunning set design, whether it’s the grandeur of Downton Abbey or the rustic industrial style of Dragons’ Den. Here are a few of our top picks.
The Dragons’ Lair
This 6,500 sq./ft. industrial warehouse in Stoke Newington is the birthplace of the original “Dragons Den.” The location is set over four floors with a variety of textured walls and different floors as well as large windows offering great natural daylight.
Go behind the scenes of Downton Abbey at this historic building, which is available for weddings and corporate events. Guests enter the park gates and drive through the undulating, spectacular landscape to arrive eventually in front of a romantic, Victorian Castle. The Castle is ideally located, within easy reach of London, as well as being 50 minutes from Heathrow Airport.
This East London basement is a regular feature in music videos, appearing in videos by Cheryl Cole, London Grammar and Mary J Blige. The ex-industrial space is raw, rustic and fully adaptable to any branding or theming you require.
The Natural History Museum
Jupiter Ascending, starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, was set over three locations at South Kensington’s Natural History Museum. The museum has many spaces available for private hire, suited to events large and small.
St Paul’s Cathedral
Anna’s base in the movie Notting Hill, this luxurious London retreat is the perfect place to host events with a touch of opulence. Truly lavish in appointment and detail, with views across Green Park, a banquet here will linger long in the memory.
To enquire about any of these venues, or for assistance in finding the ideal space for your next event please get in touch.