Writing a book can be a long and arduous process, and so when the time comes to finally send it out into the big, bad world, it’s only right you do so in style with a launch party to remember. To do so, you’ll want to make sure you pick the perfect venue, such as any of the following choices.
Carousel is also very well serviced by nearby transport links, with Baker Street, Marble Arch and Bond Street tube stations all once again within a comfortable 10 minute walking distance. This Marylebone venue has a versatile layout and a good maximum capacity of around 350, meaning it is highly adaptable in its use, suitable for all sorts of different events and styles. There are various facilities already on site that will be at your disposal, including the professional lighting that should set the scene perfectly for a sleek and memorable occasion.
St Martin in the Fields offers a wonderfully unique blend of both old and new architecture and design, meaning there is something for everyone here. Its fantastic location in the ever popular Trafalgar Square puts it right in the heart of the city’s action while keeping it well connected to the wider area, with Charing Cross train station, as well as Leicester Square and Embankment tube stations all just a stone’s throw away. With delicious menus, a late licence and DJ on offer as well, there are lots of options should you wish to organise catering or entertainment to keep your guests amused.
The Ninth is a unique venue for hire in central London. Located on Charlotte St in the heart of Fitzrovia. Boasting beautiful wine cabinet displays and flexible table and seating arrangements that can be adjusted to your liking provide the perfect backdrop for your guests to discover your new book.
The Woolff Gallery is a fantastic venue situated in Fitzrovia, ideal for a book launch. The 2-floor gallery has an airy feel on the ground floor, with an influx of natural light from the large, street-level windows, and a large basement/lower ground floor which provides a beautiful background to an event where you want the product to be the star.