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Three London venues with a place in history

Looking for a venue with strong historical links in London? Try one of these, as recommended by Hirespace.

RSA House

Sat just off Strand in Central London, and home to the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, RSA House is an outstanding example of a historical event space that has been brought firmly into the modern-day.

The Great Room is dominated by the epic series of paintings, such as The Progress of Human Knowledge and Culture by James Barry, a fitting backdrop to your next conference.

It was also the location of the first demonstration of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell in 1877. Following a day of talks, you can move down into the Vaults for the after-party. Featuring striking 18th Century exposed brickwork, the range of four spaces are ideal for all events.


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h Club

A favourite for creative industries, h Club is the perfect space to host your next event. A venue that inspires diverse thinking, makers and doers through innovation and culture, h Club has a range of spaces perfect for your delegates to consume content in the day and network at night.

Located in the heart of London’s West End, h Club is not just a space for your conventional events but is also home to a TV Studio, an art gallery and an intimate screening room.


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The Brewery

The Brewery on Chiswell Street has been working night and day for over 250 years, hosting everyone from King George III to modern-day royalty including Kanye West, Adele and Tom Hardy. Packed full of original features, The Brewery adds that extra ‘wow factor’ with exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and Georgian windows, all tied together with their own quirky branding.

With a wide range of spaces, you will have plenty of options for hosting both your main conference, from 50 to 1,000 people, as well as having the perfect spot for a networking reception.