If you’re planning a corporate meeting in or around the London Bridge area of London and don’t want to have to sacrifice character for space, we think the following venues are precisely what you need.
Black Swan Studios is a unique warehouse space that can be found in the popular Bermondsey Street area, in a Bohemian pocket of the city known for its creativity. Ideal for all sorts of corporate and pop-up style events, the space has a distinct urban feel and yet remains enough of a blank canvas that it can be tailored to suit the needs of your particular event. The capacity allows for up to 180 guests to attend, and the nearest rail links include London Bridge and Borough.
Various large and flexible spaces are on offer at 47/49 Tanner Street; a Victorian Warehouse brimming with charisma. Spread across 3 floors, each of these rooms benefits from exposed brickwork and ex-industrial features, meaning it has an authentic London vibe that never goes out of trend. The spaces offer capacities of 120, 120 and 240 respectively, and they can be utilised in various configurations, depending on the style, layout and scale you had in mind for your meeting.
Found between London Bridge and Waterloo, and close to several good transport links, Lumiere London occupies a prime spot that keeps it right within the buzz of the city’s corporate events scene. This highly contemporary studio comes fully equipped, with 2 rooms that both benefit from high ceilings and lots of natural light. Onsite equipment includes Smart plasma TVs, Wi-Fi, a sound system, a projector and microphone, flipcharts and various AV tech, meaning you’ve got everything you need for a successful meeting already to hand.
The Class Rooms is comprised of 2 meeting rooms that are housed within an old school church building. Neutral in its finish, it can be adapted to suit the specific occasion, and has hosted the likes of away days, conferences, product launches and private parties in addition to corporate meetings. Hire also includes use of furniture, a projector and a screen. Though it’s open and airy in feel, it has a more intimate capacity of 60, making it great for those who want a more personal feel where everyone has the chance to become directly engaged and involved in proceedings.
Roast is a British restaurant that also serves as a stylish bar and multi-purpose event space. It has been the backdrop for events as varied as seminars and weddings, giving you a clear idea of just how flexible they are when it comes to meeting diverse specifications. There’s a great view to take in no matter which way you look, be it the bustling open kitchen, the vibrant market below or the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral. Roast is available for exclusive hire 7-days-a-week for up to 160 people.