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What's new in London Winter 2018

Celebrating its 165th anniversary this summer, the V&A is the world's leading museum of art, design and performance. The V&A Exhibition Road Quarter opened on 30th June 2017, creating a beautiful and unique new civic space for London, and a world-class gallery space for the V&A’s internationally acclaimed exhibition programme.

Opened in 2017, The Postal Museum is a venue with a rich history and a firm plan to deliver first-class events. Up top, the contemporary museum building suits receptions or networking events. But it’s down below that will make the biggest impact!

New London event venue, Sea Containers Events, has opened on the iconic South Bank located in the Sea Containers building. A new exciting venue space!.

The stunningly refurbished 1960’s building is the only public building designed by John Pawson, and features an incredible hyperbolic paraboloid roof. Located in Kensington, this stunningly refurbished building is available for conferences, dinners, drinks receptions and meetings.

Opened in March 2017, the museum features five new permanent galleries and temporary exhibition space, providing a welcoming and engaging experience, the galleries tell the stories of the British Army, its soldiers and its legacy.

It is incredible that you still make discoveries such as these in London. The team behind popular East London venue Village Underground has unveiled ambitious plans to reopen the dilapidated Hackney Arts Centre in London as a multipurpose arts space. The art deco building in Stoke Newington was opened in 1936 but has since laid empty for the last 30 years. Village Underground wants to reopen the space as a new music venue that would offer space for music, theatre, performance art replica watches uk, lectures, talks and events.

Situated on Southwark Street in the trendy Borough Market area, just a stone’s throw from London Bridge Station, is a funky courtyard offering a versatile blank canvas for events. As a dry hire venue all equipment, furniture and production is hired in, giving you the opportunity to completely tailor your event. Standing reception up to 400 guests.

The Ultralounge in the basement of retail behemoth Selfridges has previously been a Silence room, a Psycle studio and a full-on theatre. It’s currently going through another transformation and this latest incarnation is probably our favourite yet. The 170-capacity venue will host weekly gigs from both established and up-and-coming artists, while the space will also serve as a state-of-the-art audiovisual content studio.