The Roundhouse has a large space, ideal for parties, concerts and conferences and also a small space perfect for meetings, presentations or balcony barbecues.
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The iconic Roundhouse can host events large or small. Whilst the Main Space is ideal for parties, concerts and conferences, the smaller Studio Theatre or the Roundhouse’s bars are spaces for meetings, presentations or balcony barbecues.
Camden’s Roundhouse is one of London’s cultural landmarks and an entirely unique venue. The venue’s rich history has seen some of the world’s finest musicians and stars walk through its doors – and now it is exclusively available for private hire.
Roundhouse is comprised of a number of dynamic spaces, the largest of which is the Main Space which offers a massive 1,300m² of event space.
The Main Space is completely adaptable and has huge potential to be customised. It has a capacity of up to 1,800 guests for parties, 1,500 for conferences and 1,100 for a seated dinner.
Other spaces available at Roundhouse are located in the newly built wing of the building, connected via the stunning light and lofty atrium of the main entrance.
These spaces include two bars, The Circle Bar and Torquil’s Bar, both of which are perfect locations for smaller or more informal meetings. The Circle Bar can host up to 100 guests or meetings for up to 30 people. The lively open plan bar has floor to ceiling windows to reveal impressive views along Chalk Farm Road. Torquil’s Bar is slightly larger with a capacity of up to 120 standing guests and 40 for a meeting. Torquil’s Bar is particularly suitable for summer barbecues and parties as your guests may grab their drinks and wander outside onto the roof terrace to soak up the city atmosphere.
In addition, Roundhouse’s purpose-built Studio Theatre is a space perfect for meetings, film screenings, training, team-building events and presentations. Up to 180 standing (130 seated) guests can be hosted in this intimate room which offers a state of the art audiovisual system.
In addition, the Circle Balcony, Service Yard and four Studio spaces are also available for private hire.
The Roundhouse is an extraordinary event space in Camden. This Grade II listed building impresses with stunning original features and a distinctive conical slate roof.
Camden’s Roundhouse is enhanced by state-of-the-art technology this winter, allowing the impressive Main Space to take centre stage. Taking its inspiration from the Camden venue’s legendary musical heritage, this design focuses on incredible production, lighting and sound to create the perfect winter event space.
The Roundhouse dates back to 1847, when it was built to house a railway turntable. The building became a cutting-edge arts venue during the 60s and 70s, staging some of the most legendary performances of the period. Today the striking circular building lends itself perfectly to large scale private and corporate events.
- The Ultimate Experience team have been responsible for numerous high profile events at this iconic space in recent years. A wealth of experience in hosting events at this venue and others will enable the team to create truly magical festive events in 2013.
- Impressive, sought-after event space
- Camden location
- Full production and AV suitable for awards and parties
- The latest in intelligent lighting
- DJ and Disco
- Full Event Management and Venue Manager
- PA System for Background Music and Speeches
The Roundhouse is ideal for those looking to put their own stamp on a winter venue. The space can accommodate up to 1,800 guests.
Now a favourite London icon, Roundhouse began life in 1846 as a steam-engine repair shed. However, the rapid technological advances of the Industrial Age meant that the building was soon redundant. Instead, it became a warehouse for Gilbey’s Gin.
In 1964 the playwright Arnold Wesker founded Centre 42 at the Roundhouse and established the building as a legendary arts centre. Wesker’s ambition to make the arts available to everyone inspired the likes of Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix to perform there during the 60s and 70s. Lack of funding forced Centre 42 to close in 1883 but in 1996 the Norman Trust brought the building and set up the Roundhouse Trust, inviting the RSC, De La Guarda and Stomp to perform there.
The Roundhouse was open until 2004 when it was closed for a £30m redevelopment and transformed into the spectacular building that it is today. Circular glazed roof lights were re-instated bringing daylight into the building for the first time in over a century and the New Wing, Box Office, Café and foyer were built. The new Roundhouse was unveiled in 2006.
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