Venueseeker is the place to find London’s most unusual venues. Take a look at Venueseeker Black, our collection of London’s hidden gems and top secret event spaces. Our unusual venues include a wide range of spaces you might never have heard of, from unique private dining rooms at top London restaurants to hidden speakeasy spaces accessed through hidden doors. Here are a few tips if you’re searching for an unusual London venue for your next event.
Add an Interesting Twist to Your London Event
If you’re looking to add an interesting twist to your next London event, you can’t beat one of our unusual venues for hire. Make a great first impression on your guests by inviting them to an event at one of these unusual venues for hire.
Hire London’s first adult ball pit and you know your party is going to be a success. This Stoke Newington bar has an adult-sized ball pit filled to the brim with 250k clear balls and 10k LED lights. There’s also a selection of fire, ice and helium cocktails and plenty of spaghetti and meatballs to refuel your guests. It’s the city’s first and largest giant ball pit. It’s one of our most unusual venues for hire.
Not just another private country estate, this 17th Century stately home is full of surprises and stories. It’s where the extraordinary happens every day. The house has 28 bedrooms and is suitable for weddings, parties and corporate retreats.
This South London rooftop has become so popular that its opening has started to symbolise the beginning of summer. Hire the whole space and treat your guests to negronis and some incredible views across the Big Smoke; the ultimate choice in venues for hire.
This traditional café opened in 1946 on Regency Street near Westminster. The popular place is designed in an art deco style, complete with original tiled walls, photographs of Tottenham Hotspur footballers and formica-topped tables. The café has been used as a venue hire filming location in several BBC series such as Judge John Deed, Rescue Me and London Spy. It has also appeared in the films Layer Cake and Brighton Rock as well as Pride.
Taking over what used to be the Old Vic Tunnels, this venue has turned the space below Waterloo station into a hot new destination for skateboarders and promises a variety of diversions that will also appeal to those with no particular ambition to execute a credible 360 flip. The London venue also boasts a live music stage, as well as two tunnels’ worth of purpose-built skate park and an art gallery. There’s a café, bars and cinema space and a regular programme of talks and workshops.
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