25 August 2017
Unique Christmas Party Venues in London
It’s starting to get darker in the mornings and evenings and the summer holidays have come to a close. With that in mind our expert event mangers have given you their top Christmas venue choices for 2017, but be quick, these venues are so unique that they book up fast!
Grays Inn, High Holborn
Grays Inn is a professional membership body which holds barrister education sessions and functions for fully qualified barriers. The buildings that date back to the 15th Century have high ceilings and stained glass windows. There are a variety of areas you can hold an event from The Bingham Room, The Bridge Bar or The Small Pension Room for small functions and intimate dinners. The stunning gardens and medieval entrance provide a fabulous backdrop to create the perfect winter wonderland themed event.
Hoxton Grill Apartment, Old Street
The Hoxton Grill Apartment is like welcoming guests into your own home. This stunning Manhattan loft style space fits up to 250 people and the modern areas can either be available individually or as a combination. The décor is truly stunning and the garden area is a place of beauty. A truly individual venue in East London for a very special Christmas party.
A raw industrial building for a seated dinner of 100 or roaming rave of 275. This blank canvas has heaps of East London atmosphere and provides an edgy backdrop to those who seek it for their Christmas Party. Add in a few DJ’s, the fantastic catering from the incredible Pizza East and you are on to a winner.
London Symphony Orchestra, St Lukes, Old Street
St Luke’s is a 18th-century, Grade 1 listed Hawksmoor church, restored to become the home of the LSO’s community and music education centre. This stunning venue comes alive with a private event, especially when the orchestra is included in the plans. Your jaw drops on entry and is it guaranteed to blow any guest away.
The Postal Museum, Clerkenwell
Be transported back in time to 1930 when this underground postal railway system was in its heydey. Your event will be held in the restored tunnels, surrounded by interesting artefacts and incredible tails. A tour can be included in your event for the full experience.
The Grand Temple, Covent Garden
This freemason’s hall can fit a whopping 1450 people standing or 350 seated in art deco surroundings, hidden away in the bustling Covent Garden. This grade II listed building provides a stunning 1920’s background to festive celebrations and is a must see on your Christmas party venue shopping list if you are looking for a venue oozing glamour!