London has some of the best conference venues for any size of event. Here are our top 5 unusual conference venues in London:
Buffini Chao Deck
Sitting on the top of the National Theatre, Buffini Chao Deck will certainly wow your delegates. Glass windows give amazing views over the River Thames and across to the city.
Capacity: 50-120 seated, 200 standing
Address: National Theatre, Southbank, London SE1
Cromwell Place is a contemporary venue in South Kensington. It has 15 different gallery and exhibition spaces available for hire. Perfect for small and medium sized conferences, with huge scope for organisers.
Capacity: From 16-100 seated, 30-200 standing
Address: 4 Cromwell Place, South Kensington, London SW7 1JE
The Light Bar
This venue has an industrial feel, having started life as a Victorian Power Station. Wonderful high ceilings, large windows and a courtyard all add to the ambience of the building. Perfect for conferences, product launches, parties and much more.
Capacity: 30-150 seated, 250 standing
Address: Aldgate, London E1
Mary Ward House
Mary Ward House has been around for a long time, but it deserves to be on any list of unusual conference venues in London. This stunning “arts and crafts” building dating back to 1898 has twelve separate rooms and halls available for any size of event.
Capacity: From 16-250 seated, 30-500 standing
Address: 5-7 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SN
English National Ballet
The English National Ballet can be found in City Island in East London. Stunning contemporary event spaces are available for hire for conferences, fashion shows, lavish dinners and more.
Capacity: From 30-500, 60-750 standing
Address: 41 Hopewell Square, East London, E14 0SY