Venue Hire East London
East London – the iconic “East End” commonly referred to in the works of Dickens, Wilde, Morrison, and — was once a place associated with forbidden delights and hidden fantasies. While it may have a sordid history, East London has come a long way in the last century.
Once London’s original melting pot, it has become the place for the modern-day immigrant: the hard-working, intelligent professional living in London for work and pleasure. Fashion boutiques and art galleries have replaced the nail salons and gentlemen’s clubs that once lined the streets, and the East End has become a much more upbeat, upscale location.
Old Street has been transformed into Silicon Roundabout, a hub for tech and creative companies in the UK.
While the East End isn’t a hotspot for tourists, there are still plenty of activities to liven things up. With innovative restaurants, art galleries, and designer boutiques, it’s an amazing place to hold your event. With so many options for venue hire East London can provide, your choices are endless!
If you’re looking into East London venue hire for your next event, here are a few to consider:
Museum of London Docklands
For one of the best options for venue hire East London can provide, the Museum of London Docklands is a worthy contender.
Built in 1802, the quayside venue offers an excellent location for conferences and meetings. It’s geared toward professional events, and the backdrop of art and historical collections will help to set the somber tone of your drinks reception, conference, or shareholder meeting.
The Boardroom can accommodate 16 people, but the Quayside Room can hold 70 guests. In the Wilberforce Theatre, there is room for nearly 150 guests. For a unique, memorable event, this is one of the best venues for hire in East London.
Built in the early 1800s, this was once a bonded warehouse for tobacco storage. But since 2012, it has become an incredible event venue – one of the best venues for hire East London can offer!
The venue is built to handle a massive number of guests (up to 10,000) with more than 70 spaces and areas that can be customized to your preferences. The parking lot has spaces to accommodate 800 cars, and you’ll love the ambience of the quayside venue.
The Great Gallery can hold between 1,500 and 2,000 guests, but the individual spaces range in size between 100 and 500 square meters. With its beautiful riverside walk and its unique décor, it’s a venue like no other.
If you want a unique venue in a prime location, it doesn’t get better than Building Six! Set within London’s iconic O2, the venue offers spectacular views of the river and the bustling city on the other side from it outside terrace. This standalone ‘super club’ is a venue that can provide everything you need for your event.
Building Six can accommodate up to 3,000 people, with three floors to choose from. Whether you’re planning a banquet for 200 or a club night for 2,000, Building Six has plenty of room to accommodate your demands.
There are even blank canvas spaces that can be completely transformed according to your décor preferences and layout needs. With multiple rooms and venues of all shapes and sizes, it’s as tailor-made as it gets.
In the heart of East London is the Arts Factory, a hidden gem of innovation and creativity. Located right along Regents Canal, it provides an ideal space for hosting exhibitions, performances, presentations, formal dinners, and receptions. It’s even useful as a location for photo shoots or video filming.
With 4,300 square feet of venue space, the Arts Factory can accommodate up to 400 guests (standing room only). Banquets can seat 200, while a theatre-type event will fit up to 300 guests. There are even a few additional spaces for events that need a bit more wiggle room. This understated, rustic room offers everything you need for your event.
The Shoreditch space is both a nightclub and a state of the art event space. It is comprised of three studios and located only a few minutes walk from Shadwell station. The main studio’s heritage as a legendary nightclub makes it hard to beat when it comes to picking your Christmas party venue.
The studio is urban in both look and feel, with exposed brickwork and steelwork surrounding the space.
White Rabbit is a Shoreditch venue created beneath Victorian archways, with 7,000 square foot of photography studio and events hire space. A range of different sized rooms offer added flexibility at this space.
Founded in 1914, the Geffrye Museum is a museum specialising in the history of the English domestic interior. Named after Sir Robert Geffrye, a former Lord Mayor of London and Master of the Ironmongers’ Company, it is located on Kingsland Road in Shoreditch, London. The main body of the museum is housed in the Grade I-listed almshouses of the Ironmongers’ Company, built in 1714 thanks to a bequest by Geffrye.
The museum was extended in 1998 with an innovative yet architecturally sympathetic new wing designed by Branson Coates Architects.
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