Award ceremonies are, by their very nature, a night of celebration and thus should feel like a truly special occasion. This means that choosing the right venue to set the mood is absolutely key, with all of the following being great choices.
The Imperial War Museum London has already played host to award ceremonies, amongst many other different types of event, and so they are well versed in the running of a successful occasion. This visually striking building is something truly and undeniably unique, and its cultural importance has led to it being Grade II listed, cementing its place within London’s history books. With many spaces on offer inside depending on your particular needs, great transport links in the surrounding area and a solid, reliable reputation, IWM is well worth considering.
For lovers of the ever-popular Art Deco interior style, Stoke Newington Town Hall retains the glamour of the 1930s whilst continuing to function as a modern, flexible event space. Various period features help to enhance the charm and uniqueness of this venue, including the original mirror ball which is still in working order. Being a former dancefloor, it has good acoustics, sure to come in handy during the ceremony, and a good capacity of 500. Found just next to Clissold Park, Stoke Newington station can be reached comfortably on foot in just over 10 minutes.
The Barbican is the largest conference and multi-arts venue in the whole of Europe, with a vast selection of art, music and theatre events taking place here. Often considered one of the best auditoriums in the country, it comes complete with the very best technical resources and also benefits from wonderful natural acoustics. Its generous size allows for a maximum capacity approaching 2000, whilst the close proximity to tube stations including Moorgate, Barbican and London Liverpool Street ensures that it is easily reached from throughout the city.