BEST AWARDS OR GALA DINNER VENUE
116 Pall Mall
116 Pall Mall is one of London’s most majestic historic venues and offers a wide range of visually stunning premium spaces, all ideal for every kind of ceremony, celebration, gala or ball. Opened in 1828, 116 was designed by John Nash, the architect behind Marble Arch and Brighton Pavilion.
Located in the heart of London and nestled between the West End and Mayfair, this Grade I-listed building is on the doorstep to some of London’s most well-known party and destination spots with unrivalled transport links, making it the perfect venue for any kind of gala or celebration event.
Church House Westminster
Multi-purpose events venue, Church House Westminster, creates innovative and engaging digital and in-person event experiences with the expert support of in-situ creative event and production teams. The Grade II listed historic venue is located within leafy Dean’s Yard and event organisers can look forward to a choice of 19 versatile and modern event spaces.
Evolution London is a purpose-built event venue. Located on an exclusive site in the heart of the Grade II listed Battersea Park, it offers a blank canvas setting with an unrivalled level of flexibility and branding potential. In operation since 2003, the venue has 5,500sqm of unimpeded event space and an 8m ceiling height, the venue boasts capacity for 2,000 for dinners and awards, 3,500 in theatre, 4,000 for receptions and 5,000 for exhibitions, and can be divided into separate areas.
This versatile venue can play host to a wide range of events, but Evolution London excels in awards ceremonies. In the last year, we have hosted a total of eighteen, with some of the boldest and most creative events! Including the following stand-out ceremonies: AV Awards, British Curry Awards, EA Masters, L’Oréal Trophy Awards, Music Week Awards, Sport Industry Awards, and M & IT Awards.
The Science Museum is a major tourist attraction and a well-established event venue featuring a diverse collection of spaces – 12 inspirational galleries, two dedicated multi-purpose venues (Illuminate and the Smith Centre) and IMAX: The Ronson Theatre.
The museum’s collections offer a synergy with all major industries – pharmaceutical, government, engineering/manufacturing, aviation, IT, telecommunications, space and environmental.
When it comes to organising awards ceremonies and gala dinners, clients are looking to create an experience for guests that cannot be replicated anywhere else. At the Science Museum, guests are welcomed into a world-renowned building that is bursting with award-winning exhibitions, iconic objects, and stories of incredible scientific achievement.
The National Gallery
The National Gallery is a celebrated national treasure in the heart of London’s iconic Trafalgar Square. Home to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Turner’s The Fighting Temeraire, the Collection has inspired generations for nearly 200 years. Our Grade I listed building offers a variety of picture galleries that are transformed for grand gala dinners for up to 400 guests.
Across the gallery, our 22 spaces provide a full range of options which allow flexibility for our clients. We also offer immersive experiences and champion excellent customer service by offering expert-led tours through 700 years of our paintings.
With creative events including ballet dancers, 60ft bars and light installations, we offer an unrivalled gala experience where guests can dine with art from some of the most renowned artists in the world.
The Roundhouse is London’s most thrilling gala venue; whose walls have embraced incredible moments in history, from its foundation in the industrial revolution to being born into the world of art and events with Pink Floyd 56 years ago.
This cultural icon on the north London landscape has been shapeshifting beyond most venues’ wildest dreams. Centre 42 – as it was known when it launched in the sixties – championed ground-breaking music, theatre, art and dance.
Today, with the vision of Torquil Norman and Marcus Davey, the Roundhouse has evolved to be one of London’s most successful and exciting venues.
Since re-opening in 2006 as a state-of-the-art events space, big business, charities, media, music and the arts have all flocked to stage their galas and awards there.
Run as a charity, it gives back to the community by encouraging the creativity of 10K young people through the Roundhouse Studios. Four Roundhouse galas have raised £3 9 Million enabling young creatives to realise their potential, encouraging their careers.
With the ability to seat 800 guests comfortably, a balcony for drinks reception and exceptional sound, lighting and production aesthetics, galas and awards at the Roundhouse are taken to the next level.