The striking Marylebone Town House creates a magical backdrop for any special event.
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Marylebone Town House
Main space The Great Hall offers high ceilings, crisp white walls and a capacity of up to 250 guests for a drinks reception. The room has full audiovisual facilities, staging and modular seating if required.
Other spaces include the Boardroom, Glass Room, balcony and bar. Each space offers a fantastic events venue individually or suites of rooms may be chosen for larger events. The fully licensed bar is a brilliant addition to the Great Hall, as is the balcony which overlooks the Great Hall and provides an ideal break out space for guests.
Marylebone Town House, also known as The Hellenic Centre, can accommodate up to 300 guests, making it perfect for intimate, elegant events in the heart of the capital.
Enjoy the spectacular sight of this space from the balcony during your drinks reception, before moving downstairs to celebrate an enchanting winter event.
Celebrate the most magical time of the year in style with a sensational Christmas party in the Great Hall, and indulge in festive menus by Create Food & Party Design.
This spectacular event space lends itself perfectly to lavish Christmas parties and winter celebrations. Bright white walls envelop the space, creating an airy, spacious venue with room for up to 250 standing guests.
- Stunning contemporary event space
- Full production and AV suitable for awards and parties
- Ambient Lighting
- DJ and Disco
- Full Event Management and Venue Manager
- PA System for Background Music and Speeches
If you’d like to celebrate your Christmas with a party at The Hellenic Centre in London, please call us today or complete our enquiry form.
Also known as the Hellenic Centre, Marylebone Town House originates from the 1970s, when a group of spirited individuals decided to establish a cultural home for the Hellenic community living within the UK.
Greek and Greek Cypriot communities came together and the Hellenic Centre was formed. The Hellenic Centre became a registered charity in 1994, intended to support the Hellenic community and nurture relations with the UK.
The Hellenic Centre celebrated its Fifteenth Anniversary as a centre of the Hellenic community within the UK in 2009.
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