Located in the heart of London’s West End, No.11 Cavendish Square is an award winning venue fronted by a stunning Grade 2 Star Georgian townhouse. No.11 Cavendish Square is home of the Kings Fund, an organisation that helps develop ideas and policy that create change within the Health and Social Care sector within England and Wales. The Kings Fund was founded by King Edwards VIII in 1897 and originally raised money for London’s voluntary hospitals before turning into the organisation it is today.
Previously home to the “The Convent of the Holy Child of Jesus” and the largest known work of renowned sculptor Jacob Epstein “The Madonna and Child”, No.11 Cavendish Square is steeped in history.
The venue has a variety of spaces that are perfect for numerous types of events from Conferences, Private Dining and Receptions to Product Launches. Our main auditorium the Burdett Theatre has recently undergone a full audio visual refurbishment including new lighting creating a brighter more welcoming space, along with facilities to visually record and stream your conference. The Burdett Theatre can host conferences up to 280.
The venue also lends itself perfectly for evening events, with the option to use our private entrance on No.11 Cavendish Square, moving through the period corridor into the decorative Garden room, which itself was a traditional library, before moving into the unique Orangery and Courtyard surrounded by a stunning living wall and water feature.
Our magnificent Orangery can hold up to 280 guests and is perfect for a summer party, drinks reception or private dining the space includes bespoke LED lighting, a glass ceiling and PA system.
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|Reception||20 - 300|
|Lunch||20 - 240|
|Dinner||20 - 240|
|Dinner Dance||60 - 150|
|Meeting / Conference||5 - 280|
|Outside Space||0 - 100|
|Exhibition Space (m2)|
|Marquee Capacity||0 - 0|
|Wedding Licence||0 - 200|
|Wedding Reception||0 - 300|
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