Below you will find some of our very favourite North London venues, all of which would serve as a fantastic backdrop for a corporate Christmas party.
Printworks Kitchen is a modern, design-led venue with a stylish, quirky flair found in Finsbury. It can accommodate up to 50 guests for a seated event or 80 for a standing reception, meaning it is particularly well suited to parties that are somewhat smaller in scale and more personal in feel. On-site catering is available for your convenience, though dry hire is also possible if you would prefer. Some of the nearest transport links include Chancery Lane and Farringdon.
Shaka Zulu would make for a wonderful alternative Christmas celebration, being London’s largest South African themed restaurant – opened with a royal blessing from the Zulu King himself. Also boasting a bar and club, it’s spread across two floors which add up to offer a total floor space of 27,000 square feet, meaning there’s a generous maximum capacity of 850. With good food, drinks, live music and dancing, all set within a rich and immersive space, the festivities are sure to be in full swing.
Electricity Showrooms is a spacious and flexible venue found on the trendy Hoxton Square in Shoreditch. The ground floor is a traditional pub, albeit with a unique twist courtesy of eclectic artwork adorning the walls. You could head downstairs instead and make use of the slick cocktail bar, complete with a light up dancefloor. There is also a fully functioning kitchen, with catering options available, as well as an experienced bar team who will ensure that the drinks keep flowing throughout the night.
As the name suggests, Classic Car Club is home to an impressive collection of exotic and classic cars – 80 of them, in fact. The unique nature of the venue combined with the urban, underground feel has made it a popular choice as a setting for filming and photoshoot projects, but the interactive aspect on offer – where chauffeur driving and joyrides can be organised for guests – also gives it huge appeal as a one-of-a-kind space in which to hold a party to remember.
Live music forms the heart of this fun-filled venue, which also functions as a bar, restaurant, party space and concert venue. The building itself, now listed for its historic and cultural significance, is a warehouse, dating back to the Victorian era and therefore rich in original features and its own distinct sense of charm. All-in-all, the capacity allows for up to 400 guests, and they will no doubt make good use of Farringdon tube station, which can be reached in just 6 minutes.