Our 3-floors of versatile event space make it ideal for press events of all shapes and sizes.

Upstairs has a bright and light feel to it and is ideal for smaller press showcases or press dinners, whereas our Downstairs space is a vast industrial space that is perfect for more ornate set-builds or larger guest-lists.

It’s all about what you want so if you’d like to hire a combination of our four spaces (e.g. Upstairs and Downstairs), just let us know your requirements and we’ll put together a quote for you.

Case Studies

London product launch space

M&S

Client brief: M&S were looking for a dry-hire venue in central London where they could showcase their spring-summer ‘15 healthy eating range as well as launch their new active-wear women’s clothing and beauty range.
What we did: M&S took over our Upstairs to showcase their new beauty products and women’ sport-wear clothing and accessories by erecting branded plinths and contemporary clothes rails in the space. In the Restaurant, M&S used our long sharing tables to showcase their new spring-summer healthy-eating range which included their ‘grow your own veg’ station.
Who came: 80 or-so food, beauty and lifestyle journalists attended the all-day-press event.

Toni & Guy

Client Brief: In October 2014, Toni & Guy commissioned British luxury-fashion designer Sophia Webster to develop a range of limited edition packaging for their range of hair care products.
What we did: To celebrate the launch, Toni & Guy were looking for a bright and light space that could be easily converted into a luxury hair salon, where beauty journalists could learn about the collaboration as well as experience first-hand, the new range of products.
What they ate: Guests were served vibrant Blood Orange Martinis drunk through Sophia-inspired dazzlingly stripy straws and enjoyed bespoke best-of-British canapés.
Who came: London’s top 100 beauty and lifestyle press + Sophia Webster's special guests.
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converse

Converse

Client brief: Sneakers brand Converse were looking for a blank canvas venue in the West End to showcase their Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
What we did: Converse transformed our Upstairs and Downstairs spaces into a two-storey monochrome pop-up shop, inviting high-end profile journalists and bloggers along to view the new collection.
What they ate: Soul food bar snacks and Carousel's all-star themed cocktails.
Who came: 120 of London’s fashion press.