London is famous for The West End, theatre, the arts and music. The city is full of venues that honour this culture, and holding your event in a theatre-style venue give you lots of practical options in terms of layout, lighting, decor and display. We’ve chosen three venues with a theatrical twist in London which can house any kind of event…
On Boxing Day in the year 1900, The Koko began it’s life in North London as ‘The Camden Theatre’. It has housed such genius as Charlie Chaplin, liver performances of The Goon show, and was the setting for Madonna’s first ever UK show. This glorious building has undergone a 6 million pound re-vamp, to make it into a multi-functional performance and events space.
This is a truly marvellous space. Cafe de Paris has hosted launches, celebrity parties, and even film premiers have been held in this famous and glamorous venue. A site visit is a must – you’ll get the royal treatment, and expert help with mapping out your ideas and what you’ll need to accommodate them. The food and drinks available are simply mouth-watering, and you have more than enough space for even the most outrageous entertainment! Immerse yourself in this 1920’s architectural gem, and experience the best service in the business.
If your budget is more modest but you still want to achieve the theatrics of a grand space, the humble yet elegant Victorian Music Hall, Hoxton Hal, could be a good option for you. With a 120 person seating capacity, it is one of the smaller theatres, but is nonetheless efficient, practical and stylish. An understated backdrop that adapts to suit any kind of event.