OUR VENUESThe venues we own are filled with the same energy as the spaces we manage – we buy the freehold or sign the lease of projects we believe in, offering simple propositions.
With everything from wedding venues, ticketed cultural centres, event spaces, festival sites and concert arenas in our portfolio, we’re always on the lookout for exciting new developments. We’re happy to work in partnership and often back our clients’ venues by taking on fixed term leases. We consult honestly and with integrity and are known for our enduring collaborations.
"We held our Autumn Winter 2018 Press Day at Fifty Six Brook Street – a fantastic space in a really convenient location for journalists. It’s great that the venue has so many large rooms; we were able to present each collection in its own dedicated space."
A new event space for the capital.
Set in the heart of Surrey Quays, South-East London, Dock 10 is a brand new stand alone, multi-use venue.
THIRTY EIGHT GROSVENOR SQUARE
Reviving its prestigious past, Thirty Eight Grosvenor Square has been stylishly reimagined as a light-filled event space.
FIFTY SIX BROOK STREET
Set in the heart of London’s West End, Fifty Six Brook Street is steeped in Mayfair’s history of elegant sophistication.
LANDING FORTY TWO
Set on the 42nd floor of ‘The Cheesegrater’ building, Landing Forty Two is London’s highest dedicated event space.
As the former news press of The Evening Standard, The Daily Mail and The Metro, Printworks London is a multi-faceted space with a unique history.
As a luscious oasis outstretched on The Thames, The Jetty is an extraordinary floating garden in London’s emerging cultural district; Greenwich Peninsula.
THE PUMPING HOUSE
As a distinctive Grade II listed building set within the tranquillity of the evergreen Sherwood Forest, The Pumping House is a revered local landmark.
A thriving space for large-scale activations and conferences in West London.
Brand new to the London events market, Shoreditch Gardens is situated on the front lawns of the Geffrye Museum, in the heart of Shoreditch.