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We have the pleasure of working with a wide range of fantastic venues throughout London and the local counties that cater to all sorts of budgets and event sizes. We can also cater at your own premises or home. Take a look below to see some venues we've worked with recently. If you have a venue in mind that is not listed, just contact us.

Venue Portfolio



We have found a hidden gem of a venue! Hidden behind tower blocks on the banks of Stoke Newingtons east reservoir lie two versatile venues set amongst the stunning wilderness of woodberry wetlands, available for hire 7 days a week. An expansive 11 hectare nature reserve created from a freshwater reservoir previously closed to visitors for nearly 200 years. The site is now a popular visitor attraction, with reedbeds and wildflowers providing a rare haven for birds, butterflies and dragonflies. The green and peaceful setting and proximity to the City make Woodberry Wetlands an ideal location to host parties and celebrations, wedding receptions, launches, talks and meetings as well as backdrop for filming and photography.



Jacksons Lane provides unique, beautiful and affordable spaces, ranging from the stunning expanse of Studio 1 to the more intimate Space 5. With high vaulted ceilings and original church windows, this dramatic setting will immediately create an extraordinary atmosphere.



Consisting of two charming railway arches with beautiful exposed brickwork, Kachette is a multi functional event space - double arched ticket hall of the now defunct Shoreditch station - constructed by Victorian architects in 1860 and sat unused for 25 years. The exposed brickwork is a key feature that adds a unique touch to the experience, perfect for a wide variety of events.



The Great Hall is the jewel in the crown of the Club House, measuring 6.5 metres by 12.5 metres and boasts a ceiling height of 6 metres. The 3 metres wall of glass windows and doors offer a vista of the Thames that is second to none. The walls are adorned with portraits, racing results, Henley medals and winners’ blades from a bygone era. The Hall will seat up to 150 people dining, 350 people standing.



One of many beautiful barges owned and run by the lovely team at Topsail Events The SB Will was once the private floating dining room of the directors of P&O. This well-appointed historic vessel has a beautiful wood-panelled saloon ideal for boardroom-style meetings and entertaining. Her originality, charm, and the feeling of exclusivity she provides means your event will be unmatched by other river craft. Currently moored in the West Indian Dock at the heart of the Canary Wharf Estate, she is the perfect exotic location for a static meeting or event on location in the area. Alternatively she cruises east of London Bridge and opens Tower Bridge.



Situated amongst the picturesque lakes and reed beds of Mile End Park, the Ecology Pavilion provides an ideal large contemporary space within natural wild surroundings for those seeking a venue that offers tranquillity, beauty and exceptional value at the very heart of the East End. ​​



The perfect setting for wedding receptions, meetings and parties, the outdoor terraces overlook the glistening water providing an incomparable experience in a one-of-a-kind venue. Close to Manor House tube station, the venue is one of the most unique spaces in London. Doubling up as a sailing centre, the space can be converted by night into a stylish and quirky event venue for any kind of celebration including wedding parties, business receptions and private dining.



With its rich history of eclectic performance, Hoxton Hall has been an East End landmark since 1863. Restored to its former glory in 2015, Hoxton Hall entertains audiences, connects people with creative activities, brings history to life and offers amazing facilities available to all for hire.



A 6,000 sq/ft East London warehouse available for filming, photo shoots and events. The industrial location oozes character and natural charm with the skylighted roof providing an abundance of natural light. The warehouse has a chequered history with the largest room originally being part of the adjacent school whilst the rest was split into smaller industrial units. After the area was heavily bombed during the war the whole space was adjoined by the skylighted roof, hence the untouched Victorian street running through the middle.

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