Some of the Best New Venues from MELON
Venues ARE the atmosphere and give any event a sense of occasion, that little something that makes a get-together out of the ordinary. This means that staying at the forefront of the events world means always looking out for great new venues. Venues that will step up to the challenge of providing for all the creative events we here at MELON, or our customers are looking to arrange. That’s why we are overjoyed to announce a few new venues for our customers to choose from. We have recently added several locations to our roster, so keep your eyes peeled for our announcements about them. For now, here are MELON Event’s newest party spaces – available for your next corporate Christmas party!
The Postal Museum
You’ve probably heard the fuss around London’s new attraction: the Mail Rail, historic experience detailing the history of the postal service in London and the rest of the UK. Whether or not stamps and Napoleonic espionage are your cup of tea, the Postal Museum is a spectacular blank canvas for a variety of events.
The Mail Rail Depot boasts space for 275 standing and 140 seated, in a historical building complete with railway influences and vaulted arches of brick voussoirs. These spacious domes can be found in Farringdon, and are ideal for large events such as Dinners, parties, receptions, and product launches.
The Postal Museum itself consists of naturally lit function rooms ideal for up to 140 people who are looking for a cocktail reception or summer party.
The Welsh Chapel
Situated in Central London, The Welsh Chapel gives the astute event organiser 4,800 sq. of nineteenth-century ecclesiastical splendour. Stacked over two floors of brickwork it could make an incredible reception location. Along with the chapel there is also an accessible basement, and Actor’s room, for any off-stage requirements you might have.
Grace HallGrace Hall is one of our newest acquisitions, set deep in the City you’ll find four spaces for theatre style, standing, or seated events for up to 600 guests.
A cavernous marble hall, book this space for a magical wedding, launch party, or dinner, you will not be disappointed with the lavish displays of culinary flair from the in-house team. Everything on the menu is seasonal and local, with the experience and skill to tailor the menu to your event vision.
Abandoned since 2004, it took 8 years for Nick Jones (founder of Soho house) to find the Midland Bank building. The fact that it was set in London’s ever-growing financial district guaranteed its fate, a renovation to its former glory thanks to a collaboration between renowned Soho House & Co and New York’s Sydell Group.The Ned is an enormous building with facilities to cover all event types in classy walnut-panelled club rooms for more intimate gatherings; a saloon become ballroom with intricate chandeliers, and ornate dinner halls seating up to 210 people.
London is an amazing city for events, with venue spaces popping up all the time. So keep your eyes peeled for our new additions. If you want to find out more about here or any of our other venues, do not hesitate to contact us here, or call 020 3405 1946.