Bloomsbury Square was developed by the 4th Earl of Southampton in the late 17th century and was initially known as Southampton Square. It is one of the oldest London squares. Bloomsbury Square is located in the south of the borough.
This location is on the corner of Drury Lane and Great Queen Street in Covent Garden and is a flat paved square with bespoke designed stone benches. Great Queen Street has high foot traffic directly from Covent Garden Tube Station and Kingsway.
Previous events in this location include charity awareness, commercial activations such as sampling, brand promotions and car showcasing.
The Camden Centre is a grade II listed building dating from 1937 and retains many of its Art Deco features. This multi-purpose events space comprises of one large hall, two galleries seating spaces, a large stage and four green rooms. In addition to this there is a small hall, kitchen facilities and a secondary bar area. The building is fully accessible.
5 Pancras Square is located in the new Kings Cross Estate and is the newest addition to Camden Council’s portfolio of venue spaces available to hire.
11th floor is a cutting edge glass walled events room with a beautiful outdoor terrace. It offers panoramic views of London, the local Granary Square, Camley Street Natural Park and Kings Cross Lock.
Swiss Cottage Library was remodelled on the site of the Grade II building originally designed by Sir Basil Spence in 1962-64.
The library has seven event spaces available for hire during library hours and after hours. These rooms are suitable for interviews, training sessions, meetings, conferences and team away days.