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Built in 1847 The Roundhouse was originally known as the New Great Circular Engine House and many of its features are retained today giving the venue its Grade II* listing.
After years of renovations the Roundhouse re-opened in 2006 as a state-of-the-art event space complete with staging, in house PA, trusses, lighting, offices, box office, dressing rooms and brand-new foyer enabling its fully accessible status. Private parties, weddings, bar mitzvahs and performances returned with our first event in 2006!
The Courtauld Institute of Art is a world leading institution in the study and research of art history. It is home to one of the greatest art collections in the UK, located in the magnificent historical setting of Somerset House. The collection is renowned for its remarkable Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, including iconic works by Manet, Degas, Monet, van Gogh, Gauguin, and Cézanne. Boasting extraordinary newly renovated rooms and spaces, The Courtauld offers exceptional opportunities for entertaining in one of the most prestigious buildings in central London.
One Birdcage Walk is the purpose built home for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a Royal Chartered Institution that was formed in 1847 by George Stephenson. We operate as a not for profit member’s organisation that strives to improve the world through engineering.
Nestled in the centre of London overlooking the Thames, its fantastic location and stunning interiors make it the perfect venue for clients looking for an opulent central London venue minutes from the City.
It is a beautiful and extraordinarily varied collection, including many famous works: Van Gogh's Sunflowers, Monet's The Water-Lily Pond, JMW Turner's The Fighting Temeraire to name but a few. Located within the heart of central London, where better to entertain your guests than Trafalgar Square?
Built on historic foundations at the very heart of the capital, Somerset House is London’s working arts centre, home to the UK’s largest creative community and one of the city’s best loved public spaces.
For receptions, gala dinners, award ceremonies, launches and Christmas parties, choose from the iconic main galleries accommodating 10-1,500 guests. A dedicated conference suite and IMAX Theatre are available for daytime events. Our content and collections, innovative branding and unique features will heighten the ‘wow’ factor.
Founded in 1682 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Royal Hospital Chelsea was built as a home for 'veterans broken by age and war'. For over 300 years it has housed the famous scarlet-coated Chelsea Pensioners, former soldiers of the British Army, who come to live in this magnificent site during their retirement. Its stunning buildings and gardens make for a truly idyllic location for your event in central London.
Founded over 120 years ago with a mission to ‘bring great art to the people of East London’, the Whitechapel Gallery’s beautiful historic building now houses nine galleries, a restaurant, an auditorium, and two studio spaces dedicated to education and research.
When you walk through our doors you follow the footsteps of modern masters such as Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Frida Kahlo to pioneering contemporaries such as Zarina Bhimji, Sophie Calle, Theaster Gates, Emily Jacir and Michael Rakowitz, all of whom premiered at the Whitechapel Gallery.