Kensington Palace has been the backdrop for spectacular social occasions, the scene of private events and a place for conducting Royal business for centuries.
Today, the palace is available to hire for a limited number of events each year, whether for fabulous garden parties, sumptuous weddings, amazing dinners or sensational awards ceremonies.

The State Apartments are a succession of opulent, palatial rooms consisting of four venue spaces, The Privy Chamber, The Kings Drawing Room, The Cupola Room and The King’s Gallery. These spaces are available for private evening hire. Alternatively, the Kensington Palace Pavilion is available for both daytime and evening hire. This semi-permanent structure was erected in March 2018 to replace the Orangery whilst it undergoes restoration works. The Pavilion is a much larger, light and flexible space acting as a blank canvas to let your imagination run wild!

The Palace is a traditional, opulent and extravagant venue suited to indulgent dining, and provides the unique opportunity to host banquets and receptions in such an iconic building. Kensington Palace is very popular with international clients as a classical landmark and home to William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Kensington Palace is part of the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) group, an independent charity that manages the UK’s unoccupied royal palaces. Blue Strawberry is one of very few suppliers with a crown accreditation listing, meaning we are approved suppliers across all HRP venues.

The V&A is one of the world’s most iconic museums of art and design. It is an elegant and exclusive location for a range of events. The magnificent gallery spaces and stunning John Madejski Garden combine to make the V&A one of London’s most unique venues for entertaining.

The V&A is synonymous with the very finest art and design in the world. The Incredible Grade 1 listed building is the perfect setting for any event. Built in 1857 to house many of the objects from the Great Exhibition, this building was known as the South Kensington Museum before officially becoming the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1899.

The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a selection of spectacular and iconic event venues in our world-renowned gardens.

Cambridge Cottage is an elegant, listed building is set within its own private gardens, and now houses a permanent exhibition of botanical art by historical and contemporary artists

The Nash Conservatory is the oldest of the 19th Century glasshouses at Kew, providing a unique and versatile event space for both daytime and evening events.

The Princess of Wales Conservatory offers a unique event experience, allowing your guests to enjoy a drinks and canapé reception whilst exploring a diverse glasshouse.

The Orangery is one of Kew’s most magnificent venues, perfect for exclusive evening events.

The newest addition to Kew’s venue portfolio, the stunning, freshly restored Temperate House, which is the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, re-opened in May 2018 after a five-year closure.

Princess Augusta, mother of George III, founded the original Botanic Gardens in 1759 with a collection of rare plants. Kew’s rich history has continued to evolve making it a leading centre for global scientific research and plant conservation.

Internationally renowned, Ham Polo Club is London’s oldest polo club and was founded in Richmond in 1926.

Ham Polo enjoys a distinguished reputation, almost a century in the making. As the last remaining polo club in Greater London, Ham Polo Club is well known for offering superb grounds, alongside impressive social spaces perfect for entertaining and hosting celebrations of all kinds.

The Club boasts excellent transport links to central London and beyond, offering guests the opportunity to enjoy the dynamic spectacle of polo as part of the event or even their wedding!

As the home of human ingenuity, the Science Museum aims to inspire visitors with award-winning exhibitions, iconic objects and stories of incredible scientific achievement.
Set within the cultural heart of London, our unique and inspiring galleries and spaces can accommodate from 10 guests for a sit-down dinner up to 1500 guests for a standing drinks reception.

With origins in the Great Exhibition of 1851, the museum continually strives to be the best place in the world for people to enjoy science. Our world-class collection forms an enduring record of scientific, technological and medical achievements from across the globe.

With 13 events spaces to choose from, we can accommodate from 10 to 1500 guests for day-time or evening hire.

The breathtaking home of the Chelsea Pensioners set in 66 acres in the heart of Chelsea. Founded in 1682 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Royal Hospital Chelsea was built as a home for ‘veterans broken by age and war’. For over 300 years it has housed the famous scarlet-coated Chelsea Pensioners, former soldiers of the British Army, who come to live in this magnificent site during their retirement. Its stunning buildings and gardens make for a truly idyllic location for your event in central London.

Set in the heart of fashionable Chelsea, a stone’s throw from the King’s Road and with views reaching across the Thames, the Royal Hospital offers a range of versatile indoor and outdoor spaces for receptions, dinners, weddings, concerts, sporting events and meetings. The Grade One and Two listed buildings house exquisite period interiors that feature a wealth of architectural detail; whilst outside, spacious and elegant courtyards create the perfect setting for any occasion.

The Great Hall, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, is the largest of the interior spaces at the Royal Hospital. It has changed little in its 300 years and retains an imposing air of grandeur with magnificent oak panelling and paintings of British monarchs. The Great Hall is perfect for receptions, large dinner parties, weddings, performances and dancing.

With views of the Thames and Figure Court, the two beautifully designed rooms of the State Apartments (the Council Chamber and Ante Room) have hosted gatherings attended by royalty for hundreds of years. The ornately decorated ceilings are only surpassed by the old master paintings by Van Dyke, Lely and Kneller. The two rooms are hired together for a suite of elegant interiors for drinks or dinner.

Grove House is a stunning Grade ll listed Georgian mansion, set within stunning landscaped gardens it makes a magical setting for any event. Close to Richmond Park, the House provides the perfect balance of accessibility to London whilst retaining a country house feel.

This flexible venue has three beautiful rooms and can accommodate weddings, private parties, and corporate events.

From 1622 until circa 1790 Roehampton Great House stood on the site of Grove House and was the second largest house in Surrey. Somewhere between 1779 and 1793 the Great House was demolished and Grove House, designed by James Wyatt for Joshua Vanneck, was built.

The central feature of the landscape is the lake which dates back to the Great House. The bridge to the lake is an exquisite folly, contemporary to Grove House and consists of a stone balustrade with three arches and Coade-stone urns. The lake freezes in the winter and the College archive hold accounts of skating parties at the end of the 19th century and ice hockey matches played out between the Royal Flying Corps, who were stationed at Grove House, in World War One.

A beautiful space featuring masterpieces of British art – this architecturally rich building encompasses diverse entertaining spaces and displays artwork from 1500 to the present day. Minutes away from the heart of Westminster and within walking distance from Victoria Station and the Thames Clipper stop, this beautiful Grade-II listed building offers a range of formal and relaxed spaces to host a variety of events.

With views of the Thames, the Grand Saloon is ideal for daytime meetings with the added option of a tour of Tate’s collection. Or, dine surrounded by nineteenth century masters in the Victorian Gallery 9. If you are looking to impress, then the soaring Sackler Octagon with its domed ceiling and grand porticoed entrance way will set the scene. Or, build your event around one of Tate Britain’s popular headline exhibitions, with a canape and drinks reception in the Manton Foyer. All profits raised by events at Tate are returned to the gallery to help further Tate’s mission to promote public understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art.

An iconic and elegant period venue for an unforgettable event. As one of the largest uninterrupted floor spaces in Central London, the iconic Lindley Hall is an easily accessible, Grade II listed building which is entirely flexible. The hall’s stunning glass-vaulted ceiling lets in an abundance of natural light and can be fully blacked out if required. It’s your blank canvas for every type of event, hosting conferences, exhibitions, fashion shows, dinner dances, weddings, product launches, and many other events. It also provides a stunning backdrop for music videos, car launches, adverts and films.

Clients can take advantage of built in state of the art light and sound systems, VIP access with press and backstage areas. The hall can also be customised to accommodate separate bar, reception and dinner spaces. Our exceptional event management team ensures stress-free organisation guarantees an unforgettable event.

Embodying all the grace and elegance of the Edwardian era, the Lindley Hall displays immense light and sophistication, making a stunning setting for entertaining – it simply never fails to make a long-lasting impression.

Set in the heart of Chelsea, Cadogan Hall’s excellent acoustic and luxurious surroundings make it the first choice for both classical and contemporary music alike, as well as dance, banqueting, talks and conferences. The building, designed by the architect Robert Fellowes Chisholm, was completed in 1907 and dedicated as the First Church of Christ Scientist in 1909.