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Discover the best hybrid-ready venues to hire across London

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Venue hire, Banqueting House

Hire one of the most iconic venues in London with the Banqueting House.

Specially created for entertaining in 1622, the Banqueting House is a dazzling historic venue in the heart of London....

Westminster, SW1A 2ER
280 – 500 Guests
Expanding City , Museum of London

Expanding City , Museum of London

The award-winning galleries tell the amazing story of the world’s most exciting city and its people have all been designed with events in mind. Hire this amazing space in one of the most iconic v...

London, EC2Y 5HN
200 Guests
Kensington Palace, Kensington Palace 1

Kensington Palace, Kensington Palace

This is the iconic Kensington Palace, perfect for unique London venue with a regal twist.

Surrounded by parkland, Kensington Palace offers an idyllic retreat from the city. For almost 400 ye...

London, W8 4PX
90 – 300 Guests
Earth Hall, Natural History Museum 3

Earth Hall, Natural History Museum

Looking to impress for your next corporate event? The Natural History Museum's Earth Hall is the most extraordinary Space you could ask for

The Natural History Museum is one of London's most...

London, SW7 5BD
120 – 400 Guests
Illuminate, Science Museum 7

Illuminate, Science Museum

Illuminate at the Science Museum is a progressive new venue designed to both anticipate and surpass the needs of the ever-evolving events industry.

Illuminate is situated on Levels 4 and 5 o...

London, SW7 2DD
272 – 450 Guests
The Great Gallery, Tobacco Dock

The Great Gallery, Tobacco Dock

Hire The Great Gallery at Tobacco Dock for one of the best options for venue hire London has to offer.

The Tobacco Dock venue extends over two levels, offering more than 16,000 square metre...

784 – 1500 Guests
Embankment Galleries, Somerset House 3

Embankment Galleries, Somerset House

Personalise the perfect event Space for your next company celebration at the Embankment Galleries at Somerset House

This incredible Space was originally a barrel-vaulted barge-house linked di...

London, WC2R 1LA
170 – 800 Guests
Soane Hall and Galleries, One Marylebone 25

Soane Hall and Galleries, One Marylebone

Built in 1826 on its own ‘island’ in the heart of the capital, One Marylebone opened its doors in 2008 and quickly rose to become one of the leading event spaces in the Capital. Beautifully refurbi...

London, NW1 4AQ
100 – 800 Guests
The Atrium, The Design Museum

The Atrium, The Design Museum

Hire the Atrium at the iconic Design Museum in London for your next corporate event

The atrium provides a dramatic, triple height Space with views of the stunning hyperbolic paraboloid roof...

London, W8 6AG
150 – 800 Guests
Hybrid event studio, ExCeL London

Hybrid event studio, ExCeL London

A state-of-the-art, turnkey, hybrid event studio at ExCeL London, supported by Anna Valley.

The studio has been designed to cater for all of your virtual and hybrid event needs, including an impac...

London, E16 1XL
20 Guests
Penthouse A, wallacespace Clerkenwell Green

Penthouse A, wallacespace Clerkenwell Green

Wallacespace is embracing the digital opportunities this new landscape offers by teaming up with video production specialists to bring you high quality live streaming, hybrid and virtual conferenci...

London, EC1R 0DP
35 – 50 Guests

Frequently asked questions

What is a hybrid event? A hybrid event is a tradeshow, conference, trade show, product launch, workshop or other meeting that combines a "live" in-person event with a "virtual" online component.

What’s the best way to plan a hybrid event? A hybrid event should be more than an in-person event that’s live-streamed to a virtual audience. You need to create two distinct events that also work together as one - you don’t want one audience to feel second best. Make sure you consider how to keep your virtual audience engaged and provide exciting elements that enhance the remote experience. You could also consider sending physical things to your guests, whether it’s a hamper of food and drink or gifts to add an extra dimension to the hybrid event.

How do I choose a venue for a hybrid event? Finding the right venue will depend on the type of event you’re intending to organise. You’ll need to consider capacities and allowing space for hybrid equipment. Assess the venue’s tech, in particular whether they are already set up to run hybrid events or if you’ll need extra support from an external supplier.

What technology do I need for a hybrid event? Hybrid events require a basic HD camera, a decent PC for streaming, some basic audio equipment and some software, alongside a strong wifi connection. You’ll also need an AV team to run the event. Many venues will already be set up to organise hybrid events or there are many production and AV suppliers that can help too.

What are the benefits of a hybrid event? Hybrid events allow you to effectively host two events at the same time. This means you can expand your reach and the size of your audience without worrying about capacity levels at your venue. Events with a remote element also provide a way to make your events more sustainable but reducing the amount of travel needed by delegates as they can tune in from all over the world.

How should I budget for a hybrid event? This will depend on what you’re looking to achieve with your event. Remember you’ll need to consider streaming and hybrid technology alongside everything you need for the in-person elements. This doesn’t necessarily mean your event will cost more but your budget may look different and could take some fine tuning. HeadBox can provide a bespoke quote if you need help.

What are the lead times for hybrid events? Lead times can vary from one event to the next depending on the size and complexity. Remember with a hybrid event that you will have an in-person element, this means your lead time will be longer than for a virtual event. For large events consider planning 9-12 months ahead, smaller events will have a shorter lead time.

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