Vivacious Venues

If you’re planning a corporate event then you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking a venue. The UK has some fantastic and unique venue options catering to a diverse range of needs, Whatever the size or theme of your event, there is sure to be the perfect spot.

If you’re not beholden to geographical restrictions then here are some of the best national venues:

Lords, London – for a real old school, traditional get together then Lords, the home of cricket, offers an extremely posh and very British experience. The Long Room is particularly grand and the Pavilion is a Grade II listed building. If you like the idea but not sure about the traditional aspect then they also have the J.P Morgan Media Centre which is modern and fully equipped for all conference needs.

Battersea Power Station – nothing does imposing and industrial quite like this iconic building. The Boiler House has been converted to hold events for up to 1000 guests and has some amazing views. For grandeur and awe then this venue ticks all the boxes. For help Planning a business event, visit http://davisevents.ie.

Carnglaze Caverns – if you really want to make an impression with your next event then think about hiring a cavern. These caverns in Cornwall have incredible acoustic and atmospheric qualities and you can be fairly confident that it will be an event to get people talking.

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National Exhibition Centre – the NEC in Birmingham is a great choice for very large events. It is the biggest exhibition space in the UK. They will cater for smaller events too and events with up to 10,000 attendees! With natural daylight pouring in and air conditioning, this will be a comfortable affair.

The Ice Bar – this is the coolest venue in London – literally! The walls, stools and artwork are all made from ice which comes from Sweden and even the glasses are made from ice. Wrap up warm for this one but it will certainly make an impression.

The Drum – if the theme of your event has green or sustainability overtones then why not choose a venue that reflects those. The Drum at Wembley is one of the most environmentally friendly venues in the UK right now and has a variety of settings to suit any event.

The Signet Library – not forgetting those great venues north of the border, The Signet Library in Edinburgh offers top class facilities in a very historic setting. It’s well placed in the centre of Edinburgh and can cater for up to 300 delegates.

Chateau Rhianfa – Anglesey in North Wales offers a luxury events venue like something out of a fairytale but with very modern facilities.

Allerton Castle – if you fancy an olde worlde castle event then this one in Harrogate should fit the bill. The castle is set in 6 acres of Yorkshire countryside and is a Grade I listed, 18th century building. They can offer either the Great Hall or one of their smaller, no less appealing, conference rooms.