London is a city of filled with breathtaking themed venues, where you can enjoy almost any sort of interesting and unusual celebration in a unique and memorable location. The choice of venue and theme is of course at your discretion, and may at times be dictated by what it is you’d like to do, but whether it’s a wedding, corporate event, or just a party, there’s no reason not to celebrate in style. From the legendary and fearsome Zulu warriors, and even our dear Phileas Fogg, you’ll find no shortage of excitement and intrigue to be had in the enchanting event spaces we’ve selected for you below. Cool, chic, and absolutely unique, you’d almost believe you were in another part of the world. Depending on the celebration, you just might be.
With towering statues of ancient Zulu warriors spread out across an unsurpassed 27,00 square feet of breathtaking event space, you’ll find that you and up to 850 of your guests can celebrate in the true spirit of the great Zulu kingdom. As this venue was blessed by the Zulu King, HRH Goodwill Zwelithini, you’ll technically also be celebrating with the blessing of fierce and mighty king. What better way to bring your party to life than that? There’s a full restaurant with a selection of mouth watering delicacies, a bar, and even a live club where can party in style. It’s situated in Camden’s Stables Market, and covers two massive floors of event space. Just five minutes form the Camden Town station, it’s easy to reach, and easy to get home from.
With undoubtedly unique beginnings, Attendant was once a Victorian toilet, first built in the 1860s and eventually sitting dormant for 50 years before being completely transformed into one of Central London’s most quirky offerings on the event scene. Perfect for bringing a more intimate, personal touch to proceedings, Attendant has a capacity of just 30 and is able to cater to almost any event style, be it private or corporate. It’s well serviced by the underground line, with nearby stops including Oxford Circus, Goodge Street and Great Portland Street, all reachable in well under 10 minutes.
The world, seen in just 80 days, yet filled with a lifetime of wonder and mystery. That’s the story and life of the enigmatic Phileas Fogg, who once made such a journey, and it’s also the them on which this Mayfair house has been built and modelled after. You’ll find the gaping maws of fierce tigers from the dense jungles of India, set against a backdrop of river crocodiles and an amazing collection of trinkets and ornaments collected from indigenous tribes around the world. In fact, one might even discover the book that opened the door to Fantastica for Bastian Balthazar Bux. A truly amazing space set out of time, covering an impressive 1,800 square feet, you and up to 170 of your guests can travel to another world here. Should you choose to come back, you’ll find that London is just steps away, with Green Park and Piccadilly Circus stations not far from the dream you will have enjoyed in this exceptionally well themed venue.