Not booked your Xmas party yet? Try Camden House

This versatile events space exists high above the cobbled streets of Camden Market

If you still haven’t found time to arrange the office Christmas bash, don’t fret: there’s a unique architectural space situated right above Camden Market that might be just the ticket.

Camden House, which now occupies the former longstanding Gilgamesh restaurant, is a useful venue that is as happy hosting bespoke dinners as it is standing-room drinks parties for up to 800 guests.

If it’s your job to arrange work get-togethers, their events team can help organise a tailored experience that can be built to your company’s exact requirements.

A basic package (from £55 + VAT per head) includes Christmas (or any other occasion) venue hire, cocktail or fizz reception, seated dinner or standing bowl food and canapés, as well as a drinks package. The venue can also help with unique entertainment, security and everything else you might need for the festive party to end all festive parties.

And if you’re the mind of organised company whose Xmas event was booked way back in June, it’s worth considering Camden House for any upcoming social fixtures in 2020.

With its quality design aesthetic in keeping with the Tom Dixon-designed LABS coworking floors directly above, it’s big enough to offer loads of different configurations, easily accommodating conferences, launch events, away days, award ceremonies or wedding receptions.

The main space takes full advantage of the high sweeping canopy, which gives the feeling of being outside with views of the industrial railway heritage all around. There are also smaller areas equipped with the latest AV kit, and a central cocktail bar for entertaining groups large or small.

Drop them a line on or 020 3818 7555 to see what they can do to make your next event, festive or otherwise, extra special.

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This is a sponsored post in association with Camden House NW1

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