Monday, 5 June 2017

Golborne's Top 5 Summer Party Venues


Best in Bespoke

Golborne's Top 5 Summer Party Venues

This summer treat your colleagues, clients or loved ones to an exclusive party in a unique London location.
Golborne excel at bespoke, so you can be assured that each venue we select has been thoughtfully handpicked to allow us to tailor every inch of your celebration to your exact requirements.  


We love a challenge!
Share your vision for your event now - Golborne will take care of the rest.
Contemporary Canvas
Darwin Centre and Courtyard
Steel beams and reflective glass, curved concrete walls and white limestone floor make this a bright and modern event setting.  Cool, modern, contemporary makes the Darwin Centre a natural selection. Drinks in the courtyard followed by a dinner in the atrium will be perfect for a guests of up to 150. Just drinks? The courtyard provides the perfect setting for a summertime party of up to 350 guests.
Image © Holly Clark Photography/Natural History Museum
WOW factor included

The Lodge at Amber Lakes


We've got a little secret for you!  Hidden within 14 acres of lakes, just 8 minutes from Heathrow, stands this brand new event space.  A versatile space able to accomodate 120 seated dinner guests or 250 for standing receptions. However, with the addition of marquees and tipi's, you can go wild with your guest list - there's room for up to 500!
Rich in natural beauty, Amber Lakes will take your guest's breath away.
Image © Amber Lakes

Delicate elegance and glamour



Situated just off London’s busy Oxford Street lies Hertford House, home to the Wallace Collection and its unsurpassed displays of French 18th century art, furniture and porcelein. This spectacular setting can host a variety of events from intimate dinners of 20 to grandiose recpetions of up to 300

The galleries and the contrasting contemporary glazed Courtyard make Hertford House the perfect venue for summer entertaining.


Image © Golborne
Intimate and Timeless 
 One Adelphi

One Adelphi fits seamlessly into One Events already chic repertoire of venues. It is a more intimate venue than the others on their books, with a maximum capacity of 200 but don’t be fooled, the white washed interior and floor to ceiling windows which stretch past the mezzanine level drench the space in natural light, a perfect option for a Summer reception, dinner or gallery exhibition.
Image © One Events
Dom on the Deck?
Silver Sturgeon


Why stay in one place when you can take your party to the water on a 21st Century River Yacht? Combining luxury with relaxation the Silver Sturgeon's interiors and decks have been created by leading British designers and architects in warm, natural colours featuring pure white, oak, grey bird's eye maple & chestnut.  Perfect for alfresco parties the 150sqm teak Upper Deck with a dramatic steel and glass bar offers a fabulous reception space and views. Capacity 50 -550

Introducing New Golborne Talent Sophie Griffiths

We are delighted to announce the addition of new team member; Sophie Griffiths, to the Golborne Team.


Sophie joined our team on an internship and we just couldn’t let her go.  She is super organised and incredibly professional with a dedicated attitude. Since joining the team she is now known as our Venue Queen - Sophie makes it her business to know all the best spaces.  She exudes our Golborne values due to her eye for detail and excellent service.


Armed with a Masters degree in Event Managment and impeccable hospitality skills she perfected whilst working in New Zealand, Sophie has an infectious sense of adventure, a can-do attitude and calm approach.  She’s off to a great start to her career in the events industry and we feel very lucky to have nabbed her first!

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Exciting changes to the Natural History Museum - Dine with Dippy for a limited time only Before Dippy sets off on a UK tour, take your opportunity to say bon voyage

The Natural History Museum has always been one of our favourite dry hire venues to work in. Dramatic changes are taking place at this inspirational venue so we have put together this special newsletter to keep you up to date on the fantastic new venue opportunities now available at the Natural History Museum.
We have hosted some memorable events at the museum over the years and the much loved Diplodocus cast has been a highlight of Hintze Hall for 35 years. With Dippy soon embarking on a new adventure, December 2016 offers the last chance to dine at the feet of this iconic exhibit in this space, as the museum prepares to make way for a new star in 2017.
The Museum is planning for the Diplodocus cast to travel the UK while another of the Museum’s spectacular specimens takes centre stage.
Hintze Hall will close from 2nd January 2017 until the summer for the installation of a dramatic diving Blue Whale skeleton.
The calendar is now open, book with us and be one of the first to host an event around the awe-inspiring new whale exhibit from the 25th August 2017!
           
Image credit @ Golborne Events

Introducing a new guest
In the summer of 2017 a new exhibit will take centre stage in Hintze Hall.  One of the largest of its kind, the blue whale skeleton will suspend from the ceiling and play host to an array of events throughout the year.
The blue whale was chosen to give an immediate, impactful introduction to the museum for visitors.  It has been on display since 1938 in Mammal Hall since it was bought by the museum, and currently hangs above a life-size model of a blue whale.  The whale was found beached and injured by whalers in Wexford Harbour, Ireland, in 1891.
'This is an important and necessary change,' said Sir Dixon. 'As guardians of one of the world’s greatest scientific resources, our purpose is to challenge the way people think about the natural world, and that goal has never been more urgent. The blue whale serves as a poignant reminder that while abundance is no guarantee of survival, through our choices, we can make a real difference.'

Image credit @ The Natural History Museum

Image credit @ The Natural History Museum




Hidden gems available for a night at the museum
New quirky intimate spaces opening up, hold your event in a space unlike any other.
Natural History Museum is adding six new spaces for hire to extend opportunities for smaller events to experience a night at the museum:

North Hall and Waterhouse way (Available between January and August 2017)
The spaces in the Waterhouse building feature high rising archways and the beautiful terracotta characteristics associated with this Grade I listed building, as well as some of the most complete fossils of prehistoric sea animals.  Start your event in Earth Hall for a drinks reception around Sophie the Stegosaurus or in the Birds gallery, before dining with a view of the giant sloth in Waterhouse Way. Available from January to August 2017, this space is ideal space for dinners, drinks receptions and networking events, accommodating up to 250 guests for dinner and 400 guests for standing reception.

Volcanoes and Earthquake Gallery and Earth’s Treasury
Guests can explore the Earth’s molten lava core and arrive in their very own private dining setting. The spaces in the Earth galleries are ideal for unusual dining experiences, quirky drink receptions, exhibitions and product launches.

Images of Nature and Whale hall
On the Darwin Centre side of the Museum, the Images of Nature gallery is perfect for intimate dining experiences from 10 to 80 or standing receptions for up to 200 guests. Ideal for smaller capacities, it can be brought to life for any brand with projection and gobo techniques across the arching ceilings.
For an experience where the exhibits around you form a central part of the entertainment, Whale hall is ideal, hosting dinners for 40 and receptions for up to 150.
 All the spaces are available now with the exception of North Hall and Waterhouse way, which are opening their doors from 1st January 2017.

Image credit @ The Natural History Museum


Private Viewings and Behind the Scenes Tours
We are proud to have a great relationship with the museum which we have nurtured over time.  We are lucky enough to be able to provide behind the scenes tours and private viewings, such as Wildlife Photographer ofthe Year.  David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef Guide and Other Worlds are also now available for standalone private viewing experiences, allowing VIP groups to browse the collections at their leisure, accompanied with cocktails and canap├ęs.   Also, a small number of exclusive experiences are available each year which give lucky guests the chance to see priceless specimens and treasures otherwise not available to the public or other event hires.  
Get in touch with our team to ensure you don't miss out.


Monday, 4 April 2016

Kick off your summer with VIP Euro 2016 Screenings

All eyes will be on England once again as the UEFA Euro 2016 promises to be one of the sporting highlights of the summer.  Don't miss out on a fantastic opportunity to entertain guests and clients.

Watch the Game in Style!

Image credit @ Google.com

A bespoke or packaged screening event with a French twist is a fun way to reward your colleagues or host your contacts.  We have a wide rage of venues available, from intimate packages for smaller groups to exclusive hire of iconic venues.  Watch the action live on big screens and celebrate the game with Parisian party food! With key England games falling on prime dates for corporate entertaining, don't miss out on the glory, book now to avoid disappointment.

England Vs Wales
Thursday 16th June

England Vs Slovakia
Monday 20th June

Contact our team now to book your VIP screening event!

Monday, 22 February 2016

New Venues to Watch...


Deep in the heart of Soho on the site of London's legendary Marquee Club, is our new local 100 Wardour St. Talents such as The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Fleetwood Mac raised the roof of the Marquee Club and the owners aim to keep that spirit alive with live music in the basement Club, a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system alongside killer cocktails served until 2am. On the ground floor the Lounge restaurant is open from breakfast, serving delicious food all day, until the revellers call for the bar snacks in the evening. 100 Wardour St is ideal for big events, it accommodates up to 870 guests across the two floors, perfect for premieres, award ceremonies and Christmas Parties.

Image credit @ http://www.100wardourst.com





The Victorian Bath House

In the heart of the busy capital sits a fascinating venue - The Victorian Bath House. A curious and unexpected establishment recently refurbished by Camm and Hooper's; this venue offers the chance to transcend from the tribulations of modern life.  Draped in authenticity this really is a truly unique venue, from the secluded Victorian Courtyard, offering "intimate and exclusive pleasures" through to the splendid interior of the Grade II listed Bath House proper, this venue is beyond compare.  Featuring designs from the esteemed Russell Sage Studio, the original features - tessellating mosaics and crimson pillars - have been pressured and contrast beautifully against the modern.  The Victorian Bath House can accommodate up to 150 guests.

"All elements necessary for the most lavish of occasions are on hand, including proprietary cocktails in pre-infused Kilners and a house menu designed from period inspirations."
Image credit @ http://www.victorianbathhouse.co.uk
If you are considering holding a large event in the future and feel either of these venues would work perfectly for you, please don't hesitate to get in contact with Golborne Events on info@golborne-events.co.uk.  

We would love to hear from you!

The Golborne Girls Xx