Paragon Christmas Party Venue
4 May 2018

Our 2018 Christmas Party Venue Favourites

With Summer just around the corner it will not be long before the talk of planning the office Christmas party is upon us. The events team having a little black book brimming with cool & quirky venues all over London. Below is a few of their favourites highlighted.

The Steel Yard

The newest venue in town, set across two railway arches beneath Cannon Street Bridge/Monument. This undiscovered London venue comprises of two beautifully restored Victorian railway arches and has been fitted with extensive lighting and production. With a cosy mezzanine, a 3,000 sq. ft. main hall, exposed brickwork, a huge bar, and a restaurant on site, this blank canvas space is full of branding opportunities. This space is perfect for Avant-garde companies!
Capacity: 800

Conservatory and Garden Room: The Barbican
Barbican’s conservatory is second only to Kew Gardens, with the unique advantage of being a haven of green space in the heart of the city. Home to thousands of tropical plants and exotic fish, with plenty of room dining and dancing, this space is flexible to suit each different individual client’s needs. The conservatory is well heated and can be used after dark taking a Christmas party into the night!


The Bluebird
A King’s Road institution since opening in the late 90s, the mini empire that is the Bluebird is an all-encompassing event space half-way down Chelsea’s most famous road. Its five function rooms all lend themselves well to festive entertaining, starting with the attractive cobbled (and heated) courtyard space, which allows guests to watch well-heeled Christmas shoppers peruse the local boutiques while tucking into an extensive canapé and cocktail list.


The Deck
Up on the roof of the National Theatre on the South Bank, The Deck offers some of the most incredible views London has to offer. The ultra-modern function space was designed to make the most of its riverside vantage point, and each year it takes on a new theme, with this years inspiration coming from Pinnochio.

Written By Tom