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Want to add some quirkiness to your next big Capital City event? Looking for on-trend venues to host a memorable meeting or a Christmas party celebration to set the catwalk on fire?

We take a look at five London venues ready to rock your guests and delegates!

Originally a grand cinema opening in the 1930s and oozing art deco sophistication, the halcyon days of Troxy saw evening dress as the staff uniform and stars of film and pop attending screenings.

Inside Troxy main auditorium
Today, the Grade II listed building beautifully combines modern day facilities with historic charm, setting new trends with events such as the world-famous Secret Cinema, Channel 4's televised Brexit debate and the NME awards. It also gained further music industry awareness when Take That band mates presented Robbie with a BRIT Icon Award in front of 2.35 million TV viewers.

Google's Christmas party and Ted Baker's AW14 Fashion Show keep the trend of popularity going for this East London venue which has picked up several of its own awards; Venue of the Year (2013), Bronze in the Unusual Venue category at the M&IT Awards, Best Venue Team (2014), Best Venue finalist (2015) and awarded the Mark of Excellence in the London Venue Awards (2016).

Troxy view from the circle
Air-conditioned, with a state-of-the-art PA and lighting system, Troxy can be hired for award ceremonies, conferences, live music events, film screenings, indoor sports and parties. The Grand Hall is the main large space and is split into two pillar free levels. The ground floor offers 1070m2 of flexible floor space with the circle area adding an additional 861 tiered fixed seating, and the White Room and Conference Room creating great breakout areas. A production room, dressing rooms, five bars, a large cloakroom, a 2am bar licence and an excellent, fully equipped kitchen complete the cinematic picture!

Don’t just think huge parties for nearly 2000 guests though! Troxy will set the scene for a memorable
sit-down dinner for up to 1000 guests and smaller presentations and meetings for up to 40 delegates.

Bounce Shoreditch London meeting room
Staying in the East End, Bounce Shoreditch puts the topspin into a meeting with award-winning design specifically for conferencing and adds on an all-inclusive social experience! Take a stunning bar, a high quality restaurant and high energy entertainment and you've got Bounce! Home to ping pong, the table tennis loving venue gives you a games guru to get even the shyest delegate on their toes, back spinning, blocking and chopping, regardless of ability! It's a game changer!
Bounce Shoreditch London Table Tennis Ping Pong
And the meeting facilities are pretty fabulous too; hosting meetings for up to 150 delegates in the main space or a boardroom meeting for 28, there's a 10ft wide cinematic screen, HD projector and super sound system, break out areas for brainstorming and syndicate sessions and then there's the Play Room! Exclusive. Luxurious. It's a private room with a cocktail bar and your own bartender, three bespoke Butterfly Ping Pong tables, your own ball collector, UV Ping Pong, plug and play iPod and DJ connection and a photo pod! Suitable for up to 100 delegates, the Play Room is available day or night and is guaranteed to impress.

Bounce Shoreditch London Cocktails Bar Tender

For more details on Bounce Shoreditch and Bounce Farringdon, contact our conference team on 01775 843411

For intrigue and mystery it doesn't get any more mesmerising than a meeting at The Magic Circle!

The Magic Circle, stairwell, London
Houdini's famous water chamber and Tommy Copper's fez are a couple of the props conjuring up an historic backdrop for events in the Devant Room or the Clubroom, where world renown magicians meet to exchange their secrets!

A modern theatre seating up to 162 delegates is available or play your cards right and use the Museum for a reception for 30 guests! It's a treasure trove of items from the golden era of the music hall and with the aid of an expert guide, guests will be entertained with tales from this bygone period.

 Ready to add magic to your meeting?

From one iconic institution to a world class research centre housing collections dating back billions of years. 

With magnificent architecture and 80 million specimens, the Natural History Museum provides a variety of spaces for corporate events, including out of hours private viewings.

Earth Hall, Natural History Museum, London
Receptions for up to 400 or a dinner for 200 guests takes centre stage in the Earth Hall where you'll
share the space with specimens of moon rock, precious metals, fluorescent minerals and at six metres long, the most intact Stegosaurus!

Add on one of the museum's scientists to deliver an earth inspiring after dinner speech and it's an event to live on in people's memories for a long time!

Flett Evans Theatre, Natural History Museum
For theatre style presentations the purpose-built Flett Events Theatre welcomes up to 200 delegates. Entry is via a private foyer, perfect for registration and refreshments, with nearby galleries and exhibits available for delegates to discover during their breaks. The venue has won many awards for its environmentally friendly practices and with the care and support of the superb events team, a day or a night at the museum is a winner with everyone!

To add some natural wow factor to your conference, celebration, meeting or event contact the team on 01775 843411 or send an enquiry.

Fossil Way, Natural History Museum, London