Unusual and Unique Events and Venues in North London

North London has a range of interesting and unforgettable venues. From car showrooms to artificial beaches, there are options for any type of event including receptions, corporate events, conferences and celebrations.

The Roundhouse

A Grade II listed building, the Roundhouse was once a railway engine shed. Recently renovated, the venue is located in the heart of Camden and offers a flexible space for any type of event. This unique and iconic building features a range of modern spaces for hire, including bars and an outdoor terrace. With four performance and exhibition spaces, the Roundhouse is also used for local events and is also home to innovative arts programmes. For anyone looking for a unique spot for a lunch or a night out in Camden, the Roundhouse's bars and restaurant are great choices. During the summer, an outdoor terrace is transformed into a sandy beach with a pop-up fish restaurant, beach huts, live music and swimming pool.

Gilgamesh

One of the most unique restaurants in London, Gilgamesh provides a visually stunning venue that is both exotic and modern. The luxurious and large space fuses opulent Babylonian imagery with contemporary style. A renowned pan-Asian restaurant provides guests with a delicious dining experience and exciting night out in North London. The restaurant features a retractable roof, spacious bar and lounge area, and a number of areas for stylish private events. Four event spaces can be equipped with a bespoke bar and customised sound system. Opened in 2006, the restaurant is located at the Camden Stables Market. q

Egg London

An established nightclub in North London, Egg London is also a popular venue for corporate events and private functions. This versatile venue is intimate and contemporary. The state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems with high definition LED screens are perfect for product launches and other special events. Located close to King Cross station, Egg London is based in a former Victorian period warehouse. The stylish venue successfully integrates industrial features with modern style and décor, including a beautiful garden and uniquely designed bars over three floors. Besides being a top venue, Egg London offers revellers an exciting clubbing experience in the capital.

Alexandra Palace

The iconic Alexandra Palace is a sprawling venue just ten minutes from Kings Cross station and close to Wood Green tube station. The landmark building houses a range of spaces for hire and accommodates up to 10,000 people. The venue has hosted music, sport and other events for more than 140 years, and served as Holland House during the 2012 Olympic Games. Originally opened in 1873, Alexandra Palace was rebuilt in 1875 and once served as a television studio. The Rolling Stones, Blur, led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Travis, The Strokes, Portishead and Bjork have all preformed at this historic venue. There are 1,500 free parking spots, an on-site pub and ice rink, a boating lake, put course and much more. The seven-acre palace is set amongst 196 acres of beautiful parkland that offers stunning panoramic views of the city.

Classic Car Club

The Classic Car Club is a unique setting for receptions, fashion shows, corporate events, product launches and other events. Any car enthusiast will be thrilled with this venue, which can accommodate up to 500 people. The Classic Car Club is a private members club dedicated to high quality vehicles with 10,000 square feet of event space, complete with stunning vehicle props. Situated in Hoxton, the venue is just 50 yards from Old Street Station. Past events at the Classic Car Club have included the launch of television channel Dave in 2007 and the PlayStation 3 launch of MotorStorm: Apocalypse in 2011.

The presence of these outstanding institutions shows North London is not only a premier location for business but for entertainment and celebration as well.