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Unusual party venues in Central London

To help your party feel that extra bit special, why not hold it in an unusual venue? By setting the tone for a one-of-a-kind evening right from the off, it helps to ensure that no one is likely to forget it any time soon.

The Piano Works

the piano works

Open late seven nights a week, The Piano Works is an amalgamation of everything you could possibly need for a great occasion; functioning as a restaurant, bar, party space and live music venue. With fantastic performers playing music selected by the audience, you can pretty much guarantee that everyone will be on their feet, dancing and having fun. With a generous 400-person capacity, you also needn’t worry about anyone having to be left off the guest list.

Nordic Bar

nordic bar

All things Nordic are very much on trend right now, so where better to host your party than Nordic Bar? This flexible venue is popular for everything from Christmas parties to alternative conferences, and from film screenings to stag and hen dos; testament to how flexible they really are. Half and full venue hire is available (for up to a total of 160 people) depending on the desired capacity, with a warm log cabin and a private function room at your disposal.

The Magic Roundabout

the magic roundabout

The Magic Roundabout transforms seasonally from a heated, tented venue in the winter months to an open-air terrace-style venue in the summer. With three bars, award-winning street food and a dance floor to hand, everything you need for a top night is taken care of in-house. Situated right in the middle of Old Street Roundabout, it is very conveniently located for those travelling via both road and public transport from throughout the length and breadth of the city.

68 and Boston

68 and boston

68 is a ground-floor wine bar, whilst Boston is a first-floor cocktail bar serving both originals and classics. The two combine to form 68 and Boston, a must for anyone in search of a super-cool space and a top selection of tipples. A unique blend of traditional and modern décor gives the space great appeal and a distinct atmosphere that is all its own, and with private and semi-private areas available alongside full exclusive hire, you’ve got plenty of options to consider.

Dub Jam

dub jam

Dub Jam is probably one of the smallest and yet funkiest venues on the London event’s scene, accommodating just ten people. This makes it the ideal choice if you want to invite just your very closest loved ones for a truly memorable occasion, and in surroundings as bold and out-there as this, it’s sure to be a night to remember. Jerk BBQ, rum and Reggae are the orders of the day, bringing the tastes and sounds of the Caribbean to London’s Covent Garden.