1. A London hall worth singing about: The Royal College of Music Performance Hall
A newly built venue in South Kensington, the performance hall s an elegant space with beautiful wooden lattice panelling encasing state-of-the-art acoustic panelled walls. It is made with smaller, more intimate performances in mind and can accommodate up to 20 performers on stage. In terms of infrastructure, you can expect impressive and modern Audio Visual capabilities, proving perfect for product launches and presentations that go beyond the last-minute PowerPoint.
The pedigree of music perfomance is also on show: The Royal College's hall has Amadeus Opus 1 Musicians’ Posture chairs and music stands available for your performers. With music-making in mind, they also hire the space for rehearsals; if you would like to use both the stage and the floor space, they can accommodate a group of up to 40 musicians. For those who prefer eating to performing, the hall can also provide private dining for up to 70 diners, with chamber music providing a relaxing backdrop to your feasting.