September 04, 2015
If there’s anything more unpredictable than a British summer, it’s a British autumn. This means finding a venue for your next event might be a bit tricky. To help out, here’s a list of some of the UK’s best venues that are perfect for events, come rain or shine.
With five areas capable of hosting between 30-270 people, London’s only permanent ice bar is a great place to embrace the changing weather. Guests can enjoy themselves with shots from frozen glasses, or chill out (sorry!) in the venue’s welcoming Reindeer Lounge.
With Halloween in sight, why not spook your guests with an event in an 11th century castle? Tutbury has a long tradition of other-worldly visitors, so guests might even find themselves dancing beside Elizabethan nobility – you don’t get that at your usual office Christmas party.
While it might not be beach weather, it’s never too late for a trip to the seaside. Brighton’s Royal Pavilion is located in the heart of the city’s cultural quarter and is a spectacular setting for parties or concerts worthy of royalty.
London’s best-loved museum has rooms suitable for both small private parties and large corporate events. Seat your guests in the grandeur of Hintze Hall – alongside Dippy the diplodocus of course – or throw a space-themed party in the Earth Hall.
If you’re planning a huge event and don’t trust the weather, there are few spots better than the NEC. With capacity to cater for up to 10,000 people, there’s really no occasion that this location can’t host. The NEC also has great rail, road and air connections so your guests will have no reason not to attend.
Whether you decide on a small room in the Icebar or go for the grandeur of the Royal Pavilion, get in touch with ticketscript today and we can help you put on the event of the year.