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 When organising a meetup, conference, workshop or team-building event, you can stand out from the crowd by choosing a quirky venue that catches the eye and gets people talking. A unique space boosts attendee engagement and makes your event absolutely special. Here at #tagvenue we’ve shortlisted the most unusual meeting rooms in London, which means finding a one-of-a-kind venue is faster than ever. We showcase hundreds of out-of-the-ordinary function rooms and quirky meeting spaces, so you’re sure to spot something special for your event.

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Are you a creative planning a left-of-centre brainstorming session, or a startup looking for one of the coolest office spaces in London? You’re in the right place!


What kinds of unusual meeting venues can you find in London?

  • state-of-the-art auditoriums – impressive, ultra high-tech A/V systems, huge capacities, and beautiful designs make London’s auditoriums unique. They’re ideal for large conferences, panel discussions and talks designed for big audiences.

  • creative meeting rooms – here it’s all about the designer’s imagination. Quirky meeting rooms can be found in unexpected places. For instance, the Garry Weston Library makes a wonderful meeting space with a twist, because of its striking Gothic arches. Looking for something a little more left-field? Funky meeting rooms often feature unconventional breakout areas, furnished with stylish sofas and comfy bean bags, which are great for networking. With #tagvenue you can easily find alternative meeting rooms in central London, as well as in other areas of the city. We love to think outside the box!

  • blank canvas and dry hire meeting spaces – these types of venues are the most versatile of all. You can easily transform a blank canvas venue into a quirky meeting room or fun office space. Need some ideas? Think decor in the colours of your company’s logo, chalkboards and, most importantly, comfortable seats.


What to consider when hiring a quirky meeting room:

  • location  see if it’s convenient for your guests to get to the venue. Make sure there are major transport hubs and parking spaces nearby. London is a massive city, so this part is particularly important.
  • extra facilities will you need a projector or a screen for a presentation? How about A/V equipment? Ask the manager if the venue can provide these things .

  • capacity – make sure all the participants will have enough space.

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