Exciting London Venues for the First Quarter of 2014
11 Dec 2013 |
Create an extra level of interest at your next event that is certain to generate an exciting buzz. Impress your guests by treating them to a soiree at some of London’s most inspiring and unusual venues. We have an exciting collection of venues to choose from, including:
Florence’s Footsteps – The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Celebrity at the Florence Nightingale Museum
Transport your guests on a 150 year tour of the portrayal of one of Britain’s most famous women, Florence Nightingale. The exhibition is an ideal backdrop for many events, from Women’s issues, health promotion, education as well as innovative ventures.
FBA Futures at Mall Galleries
In the heart of regal London sits Mall Galleries, a grade I listed building with first-class facilities able to cater for any modern event.A celebration of new and fresh talent within the art world, this exhibition will feature outstanding artwork from graduates of 2013. The FBA show encapsulates and celebrates new talent, youth and support for those stepping out trying to make their mark; it is the perfect message to mirror at any event, especially in the first quarter of the year!
The Cheapside Hoard: London’s Lost Jewels at the Museum of London
Treat your guests to an evening of luxury and mystery as they dine alongside some of the most extraordinary and priceless jewels, dating back to the 16th Century. The hoard was mysteriously buried is the midst of turmoil in the 17th Century, its owner never was to return and the jewels were not uncovered until 1912. Discover the mystery of the hoard and add a touch of sparkle to any event.
Turner and the Sea at The National Maritime Museum
On the south-side of the Thames, surrounded by beautifully quaint streets, incredible views and venues such as The Queens House and the Cutty Sark sits the stunning Maritime Museum, in the very heart of Greenwich. Between now and 21st April yourself and your guests can enjoy an evening amidst the ‘Turner and the Sea exhibition’, a collection of paintings from an artist who transformed maritime art. If you’re planning an event with a revolutionary/challenging-the-status-quo- theme this venue is ideal.
An Evening with the Stars at the Royal Observatory
Inspire your guests to the stars and back, quite literally, at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, with the opportunity to gaze through the 18-tonne Victorian telescope at the twinkling London night sky and stand on the Prime Meridian of the World. It is the perfect venue for a celebratory event or party, a time to reflect, observe and enjoy.
Martin Creed at The Southbank Centre
Host your next event at renowned world-class arts venue, your function could be spent amongst an array of multi-media installations from one of the art-world’s most intriguing and exciting artists. This particular installation is perfect for a light hearted evening with a sense of humour rooted in substance.
Discoveries: Art, Science and Exploration at Two Temple Place
The Discoveries exhibition encompasses some very exciting collections from the eight University of Cambridge museums. The collection at Two Temple House is truly spectacular showcasing some of the most exclusive pieces from history, including Darwin’s Tinamou Egg, a complete Dodo skeleton, the Discovery telescope which has not only been to the South Pole but has orbited earth 96 times. There is a strong anthropological theme throughout the exhibition, with a focus on progression, innovation and the importance of curiosity. It is a truly magical time to host an event at Two Temple Place, whether it is to wow your guests at a party or keep your guests engaged at a corporate event.
To see the full list of our venues, head here.