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Unique Venues of London celebrates 25 years in business

Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 10:00
Unique Venues of London, the representative body of the capital’s unique venues, is to celebrate 25 years in business in 2018. 
The city’s leading consortium of venues will mark the milestone with an anniversary celebration and a series of initiatives throughout the year to illustrate the impact they’ve had on London’s event scene in the last quarter of a century.

Its members have hosted everything from high end celebrations for some of the world’s most famous brands and people, to intimate dinners, international conferences and events such as fashion shows and exhibitions, that make up the cultural fabric of London.
Founded in 1993, the company is built on the bedrock of excellence and has maintained the aim throughout their 25 years in business to unlock some of London’s most unusual and prestigious events spaces. These range from world-famous landmarks such as the Tower of London, The Coca-Cola London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral and palatial residences Syon Park and Two Temple Place, to cultural centres the Royal Opera House and National Theatre.
Unique Venues of London also comprises some of the capital’s more unusual events spaces, offering the opportunity to host a reception at ZSL London Zoo, dine in Benjamin Franklin’s London residence or dance amongst the stars of silver screen at Madame Tussauds.
The consortium will also launch its brand new brochure, designed to showcase the extensive selection of venues within the membership. Detailing capacities and capabilities in an easy to read format, the brochure contains everything needed to find the perfect venue and considered by many event planners as an essential guide. 
Commenting on the significance of reaching 25 years, Lisa Hatswell, Managing Director of Unique Venues of London said: “For 25 years we have been at the forefront of London’s cultural scene, growing over the years to encompass a record number of heritage, landmark and unusual spaces all with very individual characters, but a common passion for excellence in events and hospitality.
“A quarter of a century on, our proposition remains the same and to further mark this milestone anniversary, building on our previous achievements, we are launching our brand new brochure so clients can see the ever expanding portfolio which includes new structures and buildings that will shape the future of London.”