If you are planning a charity dinner in London and just haven’t quite managed to find the ideal venue to host it yet, fear not. Below you will find our top picks for just such an occasion.
100 Wardour St sits within the very heart of London’s film, music and entertainment district, and it is this edgy Soho location that provides the biggest inspiration for the venue itself. Perfectly suited to all manner of large scale events, there is ample space to accommodate up to a generous 870 guests, split across 2 floors. Modern, stylish and with plenty of character, you can also make good use of the basement Club, which comes complete with its own stage and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, should you have any production or entertainment needs to consider.
The Bootlegger is a wonderfully unique offering based in Central London, within comfortable walking distance from the likes of Monument, Bank and London Bridge stations. Styled to resemble a speakeasy from the 1920s prohibition era, this is a richly atmospheric space that is made all the more immersive courtesy of authentic touches like exposed brickwork and an old piano. Live jazz and Charleston performances set the tone, whilst drinks are sure to flow as your guests enjoy their favourite tipple, be it wine, spirits, champagne, liquors or cocktails that take their fancy.
93 Mortimer Street offers a seamless blend of old and new, with stunningly ornate period features combining with modern architectural design to create a truly one-of-a-kind space that can be utilised for many different event types. With triple height ceilings and fantastic circular rococo/baroque skylights, the interior is sure to feel bright, airy and spacious, with the actual capacity allowing for up to 300 guests. Found in the popular West End, the nearest transport options include Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street, which can be reached in just 3 and 10 minutes respectively.
You aren’t likely to encounter décor like that found at Mews of Mayfair anywhere else in a hurry, with one of its most distinguishing features undoubtedly being the brilliantly bold map-like design that covers the entirety of the walls and ceiling. Brimming with character and charm, there are 4 floors of private dining space on offer in all, and yet with a maximum capacity of just 40, it’s ideally suited to gatherings with a more intimate approach, where you can afford to bring a more personal touch to proceedings. The bespoke service on offer aims to make luxury available at an affordable price.
Electricity Showrooms in Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, is in essence a traditional pub, albeit one with an interesting twist. Quirky artwork and props adorn the walls, meaning there is something to draw the eye at every glance. Downstairs you will find a decidedly more modern cocktail bar with a light-up dancefloor. Licenced until 12am through the week and 1am on Fridays and Saturdays, there’s no need to worry about wrapping things up early. In addition, there is a fully functioning kitchen onsite to easily take care of all the catering needs.