Battle of the Venues: East End Vs West End

The East End’s

hipster heritage never fails to add character to an event. From warehouses to state-of-the-art galleries, you’ll find all kinds of contemporary settings for events with modern wow-factor, but there’s also the traditional backdrops to discover, such as stately livery halls. If you want to intrigue your delegates with something quirky and perhaps a little ‘less known’ the East End is the answer.

Meanwhile there’s a good reason why we flock to the West End like moths to a flame. You can hardly blame us when it’s packed with a multitude of famous sights and attractions. Part of this attraction is the incredible venues and event settings which make the West End so unique. Whether you are looking for a function room hire for a party, or a corporate venue for a meeting, conference or team building and away day, you’ll find the setting to suit your needs here. The land of gentlemen’s clubs and royal societies, it’s a part of London that will ativan cost impress.

So which is best? There’s only one way to find out… Let battle commence!

East End

[monopoly-venue id=’coopers-hall’] Diminutive Coopers’ Hall is our smallest venue but what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in antiquity and charm.

Year built: late 1600s (home to the Coopers since 1958)

Secret weapon: The unique Museum is filled with fascinating artefacts and talking points.
[/monopoly-venue] [monopoly-venue id=’whitechapel-gallery’] 3600 square metres of event space found within a powerhouse of the art and design world.

Year built: 1901

Secret weapon: The colour pop Zilkha Auditorium is probably the coolest lecture theatre space we’ve ever seen!

West End

[monopoly-venue id=’the-in-and-out’] Located on St. James’s Square, this stately townhouse is the epitome of elegance.

Year built: 1679 (rebuilt in 1728)

Secret weapon: Your very own secret courtyard is hidden in the heart of the venue.
[/monopoly-venue] [monopoly-venue id=’the-law-society’] A treasure trove of prestigious spaces for all kinds of occasions.

Year built: 1832

Secret weapon: Head chef Ranjit Salian, born and raised in Mumbai, brings authentic Indian flavours to his special Dawat event menus.


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