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party · Siobhan Davies Studios
Roof Studio
Siobhan Davies Studios in South East London is one of the city's most gorgeous spaces available for hire for meetings, events and weddings. Our awe-inspiring roof studio turns any event into something to remember, with an unlimited supply of natural light and smooth, striking modern architecture. Our large, versatile studios are the ideal setting for a networking event, launch party, dance rehearsal or yoga class, while our smaller, quieter rooms make excellent spaces for boardroom meetings, planning sessions or group work in a creative environment. We also have plenty of experience hosting children's birthday parties, with a quiet space for refreshments perfectly complementing our vast, open studios. Tailor the space to your needs for a disco, arts and craft party, or anything else you can think of. We also hold a licence for civil ceremonies, so you'll be able to have the wedding of your dreams at our unique venue. A beautiful blank-canvas space, you'll be able to tailor your wedding exactly how you'd like it. A spacious courtyard is also available for your use. We're proud to be LGBT friendly, and readily welcome any couples looking for a gay wedding venue. With a wide variety of amenities, Siobhan Davis Studios are fully accessible with disabled toilets and a hearing induction loop. Baby changing facilities are also available. We're situated between Lambeth North and Elephant & Castle Underground stations, giving excellent access to London's public transport network. For more information, to check availability, or to arrange a site visit, please contact our team through Zipcube!
Up to 100 people
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Arranging your own private party can be a stressful task, so why not let Zipcube's expert venue team handle arrangements on your behalf? We've brought together some of the best private party venues London has to offer – all in one easy-to-find spot.

Ranging from glamorous rooftop spaces with a view of the capital to quirky hangout spots, we've got venues aplenty. With a few clicks, we can set up your perfect private venue hire while you concentrate on all the party necessities. 

A Private Party London Style: Tips and Ideas 

  • Be sure to book quite far in advance. You might need six month's notice for the most popular venues.
  • Don't forget to make a decision on catering. Even if it's just crisps and peanuts, your guests might appreciate something to eat.
  • Will your choice of venue affect people's travel arrangements? Try looking for somewhere well-connected if you plan on partying late into the night.
  • Are there any other events going on in the party venue on the night in question? It's worth checking just how much exclusive use you'll get from your booking.
  • If you have a particular theme in mind for your party – perhaps elegant New York fashion or the Swinging 60s – then you might want to pick out a venue that matches in style.
  • If you want an all-day celebration, you can't beat hosting a garden party in the day before moving onto a new venue in the evening.
  • Do you need a restaurant hire or bar hire to accommodate a pre-party meal or after-party?
  • Want to get the local fan club together and celebrate your team's championship-winning goal? Maybe you should enquire about hiring a pub with a private room instead.

Different Party Ideas to Try

  1. Craft Party. Just because there's alcohol involved, that doesn't mean you can't get creative. Bring along a whole range of textiles, glue guns, scissors, paints and more, then get busy embracing your inner child as you design greetings cards and anything else that takes your fancy.
  2. Puzzle Party. Lay out an array of handheld puzzle games for your guests to play with and challenge each other with time trials.
  3. Bierkeller Party. You can hire an Oompah band, along with some authentic beer steins, before enjoying a Bavarian themed beer bash.
  4. Murder Mystery Party. The simple fun of a whodunnit can be recreated over the course of a few hours, just assign characters and costumes ahead of time. You can download or buy kits online, or spend extra time writing your own.
  5. Bingo Party. Think the old numbers grid is just for pensioners? Think again. A raucous bingo evening can be themed around anything from Hip Hop to Strictly Come Dancing. You can even have fun designing your own bingo cards.

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