There are party venues and then there are quirky party venues – which would you choose? We have scoured all corners of London and come up with a selection of more unusual and quirky party venues.
Yes, agreed it is a very strange name, but this venue is fabulous. Set over three floors of a Victorian Townhouse, Dead Dolls House can cater for large parties and celebrations in any of it’s three large rooms.
This venue is a club in Swallow Street, Mayfair. Contemporay chandeliers are suspended from bespoke copper ceilings, with golden skull-adorned walls. Sounds odd, but Aristocrat makes the perfect venue for all types of events both corporate and private. Just one large space, accommodating up to 200 people.
This bar is more of a den in the depth of the Seven Dials area of Covent Garden. It certainly ticks the box of quirky party venues – descend into a dark and mysterious space full of psychedelic art and an amazing blue tiled and copper bar. There are two rooms, both ideal for a party or a corporate event.
If you are having a big party or corporate event, then you can’t go far wrong with Dinerama in EC2. it began life as a bullion truck yard, but now offers a fantastic space for parties of any size, up to 1000.
Forming part of the Old Truman Brewery, Juju’s is a great space for a party! With it’s unique loft-style bar and bare brick walls, together with not one, but two outdoor spaces, The Secret Garden and the Deck, Juju’s is also perfect for exhibitions, gigs and film shoots.
Situated in Shoreditch, Trapeze Bar is a unique circus-themed bar. With three distinct spaces available for hire for between 30-500, this really is the ultimate place for a party, corporate events, fashion shows and product launches and more.
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