Skip to main content
The Postal Museum Borough Market Sadler’s Wells Horniman Museum and Gardens House of Commons The Royal Institution of Great Britain 10-11 Carlton House Terrace ArcelorMittal Orbit RSA House British Library Two Temple Place The National Gallery Chiswick House and Gardens Goldsmiths' Centre, The Somerset House Sir John Soanes Museum Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe Science Museum Saatchi Gallery Royal Opera House Royal Museums Greenwich The Royal Institute of British Architects Royal Hospital Chelsea Whitechapel Gallery Royal Horticultural Halls Westminster Abbey Wellington Arch Royal Geographical Society Wellcome Collection Events Spaces Southbank Centre Wallace Collection Royal College of Physicians Royal Albert Hall Victoria and Albert Museum Twickenham Stadium Royal Air Force Museum Trinity House Royal Academy of Arts Tower of London Tower Bridge Old Royal Naval College Tate Modern Tate Britain Syon Park St Paul's Cathedral St Martin-in-the-Fields Southwark Cathedral Spencer House Natural History Museum National Theatre Museum of the Order of St. John Museum of London Museum of Brands Middle Temple Madame Tussauds LSO St Luke's Lord's Cricket Ground London Zoo (ZSL) WWT London Wetland Centre London Transport Museum London Museum of Water & Steam Coca-Cola London Eye Leighton House Museum Laban Building Kew Palace Kew Gardens Kensington Palace IWM London (Imperial War Museum) Lincoln's Inn HMS Belfast Harrow School Hampton Court Palace Guildhall Gibson Hall Garden Museum Foundling Museum Dulwich Picture Gallery the Design Museum Cutty Sark BFI IMAX BAFTA 195 Piccadilly Banqueting House Churchill War Rooms Central Hall Westminster Freemasons’ Hall Spitalfields Venue

Two Temple Place

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 - 14:45

Described by the London Jazz News as “an absolutely stunning exhibition”, William Astor’s opulent estate office, Two Temple Place, has reopened with its seventh annual Winter Exhibition, Rhythm & Reaction: The Age of Jazz in Britain. Produced in partnership with The Arts Society, this major exhibition celebrates 100 years of Jazz in the UK by bringing together painting, prints, cartoons, textiles and ceramics, moving film, instruments and the all-important jazz sound to explicitly examine the influence of jazz on British art, design and wider society.

Available for drinks receptions for up to 150 guests, transport your guests back to the golden age of jazz in the UK with our exclusive hire packages. Working alongside caterers By Word of Mouth, our packages perfectly combine delicious drinks and canapés with an exclusive Private View of the exhibition and guided tour of the house which delves into the fascinating history of William Waldorf Astor’s spectacular office.

Please contact the events team on or 020 7836 3715 for further information.