March 10, 2016
Good news folks, we’ve made it through the darkest weeks of winter in one piece. It’s time to start waking up bright and fresh, enjoying both lighter mornings and evenings.
In just a few weeks time we’ll be devouring gorgeous chocolate eggs, getting on our floral party frocks and basking in the sun. What better time to plan a party, networking gathering or any event of your choice?
Get ahead of the game and start booking your Spring venue. Here are a few examples that should give you a kick start!
Shapes is a perfectly placed warehouse on the canals of Hackney. It’s used as an event space and social club, where organisations such as Red Bull and Boileroom have been known to throw parties. It’s a perfect indoor/outdoor spot for spring and summer parties.
Whether it’s warm and sunny or cold and grey, Queen of Hoxton’s rooftop is always prepared. Guests are offered a breath-taking view of London’s skyline whilst sipping on delicious cocktails and dancing their socks off. The venue takes up to 500 people and caters for private parties and daytime hire.
Photo by: Queen of Hoxton
Based in trendy Shoreditch, Boundary’s rooftop boasts a panoramic view of East London and caters to smaller gatherings to larger open air events. When the weather is particularly good, the space is even doubled.
Photo by: Boundary
Copeland Park, Peckham
Located just off Rye Lane in Peckham, Copeland Industrial Park provides traditional warehouses and artist studios in the Bussey Building. Originally a sports manufacturing site, the Bussey Building is now used for theatre groups, as a live music venue and for fitness studios. It also has a rooftop bar open once the temperatures rise, which is used for cinema nights and other private events.
Photo by: Copeland Park
The Bohemia rooftop terrace is perfect for hosting an event gathering in the sunshine. It’s a beautiful glass walled Veuve Clicquot Champagne roof garden with astro turf flooring and sun umbrellas (just in case it’s a tad too bright). It’s an ideal venue if you’re looking for something a bit more classy.
Patterns has a terrace offering a perfect view of Brighton Pier and has a bit of a Shoreditch ring to it with its brick walls, leather arm chairs and cocktails served in cans.
Originally known as the dance club, Audio, it was bought out by the owners of Queen of Hoxton. Given its history, it’s an ideal setting for a dance event.
Photo by: Patterns
The rooftop playground offers the most unique backdrop for any event and celebration in Manchester. It’s perfect for launch events, parties and wedding receptions.
Photo by: Eclectic Hotels
The Baltic Mill, an art gallery and one of the most iconic buildings in the north east, is situated right on the river Tyne. It hires out its building for private events, such as conferences, weddings and parties.
It has a number of spaces and rooms available for special occasions of many sizes. Looking to take advantage of the Spring sunshine and river view? Then hire out their river terrace.
Escape to Glasgow’s West End and set up your event in the Chip’s unique building, whether a small gathering or a corporate event. They offer a collection of locations to host your event, each with their own individual charm.
Written by Emma Brincat