Different Types and Styles of Event Venues London Offers

London is full of buildings of all ages, types and styles – and quite a few of them double up from their day jobs by providing event species for business or private users. There are dozens of historic guild halls; there are local centres (like the Camden Centre, across the road from St. Pancras Station) and there are theatres and museums.

These are just a few of the
event venues London has to offer – consider that alongside these there are plenty of purpose-built or (more commonly) purpose adapted installations to swell out the ranks. So on the one hand the city is an event organiser’s dream. On the other, without the help of a professional location finder, it can be something of a nightmare…

With so much to choose from, a person tasked by his or her employer to find the next (for instance) location for a Christmas party can be hampered by the variety on offer. You find one place and immediately think you may have found somewhere better. You start tossing up the pros and cons between a whole range of different venue types and locations, because they are all good – and so end up being incapable of making a decision because you are giving yourself such a wide remit with which to work.

A professional venue finder can take your budget, your remit and the purpose of your event and work out a shortlist that answers all of your needs with ease. This could mean a place that provides a complete catering and entertainment service. It could mean a place that provides accommodation after the party has ended. Or it could simply mean finding the biggest and most impressive location in a specific part of the city.

When you look at event venues, consider the difference between a package deal and a blank canvas. With a blank canvas, you are normally able to dress the place how you like and get in your own catering and entertainment. Which means you can create the perfect party – the ideal bash for your company and its needs. On the other hand, doing it this way means spending a lot of time and a lot of money doing something that could be done for you by a third party.

The ultimate answer to any event organisation questions you have is this: it depends on the purpose of your event. If the purpose is simply to have fun, then running your own event seems a little foolhardy, if you can get a venue that ticks all your boxes to do it for you. If, on the other hand, your event is being put together to highlight a product or service, or to embody a particular theme, then it may be easier to design the whole thing yourself - ensuring you have complete creative control over everything happening.

London has so much choice when it comes to event design it can be overwhelming. Going in forearmed with the knowledge you need is a big plus.

Petar Jorge is a freelance content writer by profession. He finds immense pleasure in writing Party venue, event and event venues London related article including unusual party venues.