Battersea Arts Centre has a long history of hosting a wide variety of distinctive events, from weddings and parties to major fundraisers, trade fairs, location filming, conferences and meetings. Rooms range from the small and intimate to the grandeur of the Victorian Grand Hall.

Battersea Arts Centre is the guardian of the former Battersea Town Hall, built in 1893 by Edward Mountford. Over the past 120 years this building has played host to many fascinating people and incredible stories with infamous speeches, radical politics, cutting edge performance and personal journeys. The stunning, architecturally award-winning Grand Hall is a totally unique space for larger weddings, corporate events and live performance. Filled with history and creative flair, Battersea Arts Centre is an ideal venue for couples wanting to tie the knot somewhere a little different.

Royal Museums Greenwich is comprised of five historic venues: the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Peter Harrison Planetarium and Cutty Sark.

Set within extensive grounds, the venues can accommodate 2 to 1,500 guests. Events can be enhanced with gallery and exhibition viewings, bespoke talks and tours, planetarium shows, lunar observations, telescope viewings and object interpretation sessions. Grounds hire, marquee license and CAA approved heli-landing site available.

This historic collection of venues showcase pioneering architecture, British art and tales of exploration. The five unique venues are an ideal setting for large gala dinners and awards ceremonies, exciting receptions and parties, intimate private dining and lavish weddings.

Conveniently located in Zone 2, Royal Museums Greenwich is just a short journey from Canary Wharf and the City, with excellent connections from DLR and mainline rail station and river boat services.

One of London’s most exciting and loved buildings, Tate Modern houses a world renowned collection of international modern art. When Tate Modern opened at the turn of the millennium, it was an instant icon, transforming an obsolete power station into the world’s most visited gallery of modern and contemporary art. The new Tate Modern opened in June 2016, adding a new dimension to UK cultural life.

Blavatnik Building boasts new gallery suites for our truly global collection, and generous public spaces for the millions of visitors who come to see our special exhibitions, enjoy our social spaces and enjoy art from around the world. With its commanding location on the banks of the Thames opposite St Paul’s Cathedral, the new Tate Modern has ten floors of unique and varied spaces, plus the vast and versatile Turbine Hall and The Tanks. Tate Modern is the iconic London location for your event, big or small. And remember: all the revenue raised by events helps secure Tate’s collection for the nation.

On the fringes of Greenwich Park, this Georgian villa filled with Renaissance art, antique furnishings and a dazzling jewellery collection will lend an air of exclusivity to your event. The wood floored gallery and walled garden offer plenty of options for conferences, dinners and showcases. At Ranger’s House on the edge of Greenwich Park, gilded gates open into a courtyard in front of the handsome façade of the red brick villa with its high sash windows, white pillars and portico.

The Gallery, WALLED GARDEN, STONE HALL & RANGERS ROOM

Eltham Palace exudes the stylish world of the 1930s. Three interconnected Art Deco rooms offer a versatile space with an aura of glamour, nestled in beautiful gardens. While the medieval hall with its magnificent hammerbeam roof and the beautiful moated garden provide a host of options for events of every size.

The Entrance Hall is circular wood panelled room, exquisitely picked out in shades of coffee and cream. Popular for weddings, the space includes a pair of elegant curved staircases and French doors then lead directly to the terrace beyond, where drinks may be served in fine weather overlooking the flower gardens.

The Great Hall is separated from the main house only by a sliding Chinese lacquer screen – the contrast between Art Deco and Medieval is stunning. The hall may be used for larger ceremonies, but more usually hosts dining and dancing. It looks wonderful with enhanced lighting and a minstrels’ gallery may be used for live music performances. The room also opens directly onto lawns, which guests can enjoy in fine weather.

Eltham Palace exudes the stylish world of the 1930s. Three interconnected Art Deco rooms offer a versatile space with an aura of glamour, nestled in beautiful gardens. While the medieval hall with its magnificent hammerbeam roof and the beautiful moated garden provide a host of options for events of every size.

The Entrance Hall is circular wood panelled room, exquisitely picked out in shades of coffee and cream. Popular for weddings, the space includes a pair of elegant curved staircases and French doors then lead directly to the terrace beyond, where drinks may be served in fine weather overlooking the flower gardens.

The Great Hall is separated from the main house only by a sliding Chinese lacquer screen – the contrast between Art Deco and Medieval is stunning. The hall may be used for larger ceremonies, but more usually hosts dining and dancing. It looks wonderful with enhanced lighting and a minstrels’ gallery may be used for live music performances. The room also opens directly onto lawns, which guests can enjoy in fine weather.

Located in North Greenwich – on the banks of the Thames and opposite Canary Wharf – in one of the world’s most iconic venues The O2, indigo at The O2 offers a stylish, adaptable and premier space which lends itself perfectly to lavish corporate events. From conferences, awards dinners and company parties to product launches and exhibitions it can confidently say it has one main goal…. to impress!