We are proud to offer you different types of venues: those where we are the sole event organisers and fully manage all operations within the venue, including a list of some of our favourite places in London or throughout the UK where we also work. Whichever you choose, each has their own individual character, flair and space to host all sizes and types of events.
Our professional venue finders are on hand to share their experience and knowledge to offer a bespoke service and are happy to discuss, source and book the ideal location for you.
You can be sure that venues are always happy to recommend Richmond because they know our expert team always does a fantastic job.
The Great Conservatory at Syon Park is a stunning venue, and the ideal location for all manner of events. From summer parties, to receptions and dinners and is also available for wedding hire.
The venue is available for evening hire every evening from early April through until mid October.
The Gardens to the front of the building are beautifully manicured and guests attending an event in the Great Conservatory have exclusive use of these gardens, which includes a central fountain complete with a statue of wingedMercury.
The Great Conservatory
SYON HOUSE / THE GREAT CONSERVATORY
Situated on Southwark Street in the trends Borough Market area, just a stones throw from London Bridge Station. The Hop Exchange is Grade II listed building offering a versatile blank canvas for events.
Opened in 1867 and designed bz R.H. Moore it served as the centre for hop trading for the brewing industry.
The 12mx24m of space waiting to be transformed, and is perfect for parties, receptions, dinner dance, fashion shows product launches and more. Natural daylight floods through the glass roof allowing summer parties to take advantage of beautiful sunsets and winter events are given a starlet cover.
The Hop Exchange
Dinner Dance 220
THE HOP EXCHANGE
Gunnersbury Park -
The magnificent double - height entrance hall, with grand stone staircase and oak balustrades leads through to the Rothschild Rooms. This sequence of opulent interconnecting rooms - comprising the Drawing Room. The Long Gallery and Dining Room can be used individually or as one large space.
Stepping into 1929 are deco Grade II listed building, situated in the City of Westminster, you are captivated by the grandeur of the elegant staircase with its ornamental bronze and wrought iron banisters, striking marble walls and crystal chandeliers. This Titanic-esque entrance provides the perfect backdrop for wedding photos and reception drinks.
The stunning venue offers a unique and versatile space that is sure to give your event the wow factor. Ideal for larger formal events, theatre productions, fashion shows, product launches and live music events.
*Breakout rooms also available
This iconic venue is popular for filming and has featured in TV programmes and blockbuster films, as well as hosting London's Fashion Week, awards ceremonies, exhibitions, receptions and dinners.
Chelsea Old Town Hall -
The Small Hall
The Main + Small Hall up to 500
Chelsea Old Town Hall is located approximately mid-way along the fashionable Kings Road in Chelsea. The Main Hall (formerly the Vestry Hall) and the small Hall (formerly the Green Room) are housed in the oldest part of the building dating back to the late Victorian era.
This Grade ii listed building is an electric mix of social, artistic, retail and musical events, boasting elegance and sophistication when playing host to weddings, product sales and exhibitions, corporate events and private functions.
CHELSEA OLD TOWN HALL
CHELSEA OLD TOWN HALL
An impressive early 17th Century Jacobean manor house, Forty Hall comprises two interlinked rooms (the Garden Suite and the Coach House) and adjacent areas in which to host a variety of functions and special events. Richmond's proud to manage this venue exclusively.
Coach House at Forty Hall
COACH HOUSE AT FORTY HALL
History and tradition are at the heart of London's Stationers' Hall, one of the few ancient Livery Halls that remain in London. Completed in 1673 after the Great Fire of London. The four interconnecting rooms each possess their own individual charm and character and lend themselves to a range of functions and events.
The secluded courtyard garden is a draw during the warmer months for corporate entertaining and can accommodate up to 250 guests for standing reception.
Seated 50 - 200
Home of the Armourers' company which was founded in 1322. The venue comprises of four rooms, which make a superb and unique location for any occasion.
There is a rich display of 16th and 17th century arms and armour and can accommodate conferences and dinners.