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Senate House Events has rebranded to University of London Venues

22nd November 2017
Three Venues Student Central Garden Halls Senate House

New-look brand; new amazing venues.

The successful events company Senate House Events has changed its name to University of London Venues. As well as recognising our close affiliation with the University of London, we’ve incorporated two more outstanding venues to our portfolio – Garden Halls and Student Central. 

Garden Halls is a multipurpose, well-equipped meeting venue and the newest complex in the University of London’s portfolio. Student Central is home to the largest student community in London and offers vibrant meeting and event spaces. It brings a series of spacious and airy meeting rooms to the University of London Venues brand.

three venues

Whilst keeping the recognisable website URL senatehouseevents.co.uk, you may have noticed a few other changes on the site. There have been design changes with a new logo and colour palette: 

 screenshot of site

On Twitter we’ve switched from ‘@Senatehouse’ to ‘@UOLvenues’. On our new handle, you will still be able to keep up to date with University of London Venues news, event information and event inspiration. You can also follow ‘University of London Venues’ on all other social platforms.

Although there have been changes, you can still expect the highest level of event support from our in-house team. We pride ourselves on helping you deliver an incredible event across all of our spaces.

To find out more about our three event venues or to make a booking please make an online enquiry, give us a call on +44 (0) 20 7862 8127 or email us on: conference@london.ac.uk.

Senate House - Our Flagship Venue

At the heart of University of London Venues, the iconic Senate House provides a large selection of impressive Art Deco event spaces.

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Housing several large, impressive halls, Senate House is the ideal venue for conferences, spectacular award ceremonies and formal banquets, as well as professional meetings and networking events.

The versatile Beveridge Hall seats 480 delegates in a theatre style configuration, whilst Macmillan Hall, containing original Art Deco features, can seat up to 232 people for a seated dinner.

The meeting rooms at Senate House vary in size, with the largest able to accommodate up to 80 and the smallest up to 6. All spaces retain beautiful original features, combined with excellent AV and Wi-Fi facilities.        

To find out more about the variety of event spaces at Senate House, make an online enquiry or contact our events team on +44 (0) 20 7862 8127 or by email on conference@london.ac.uk.

University of London Venues Event Spaces

Supporting our core venue Senate House, Garden Halls and Student Central offer an excellent, well-equipped series of meeting rooms. All three event spaces are located in Bloomsbury, conveniently close to good transport links such as Kings Cross, St Pancras and Russell Square tube station.

Student Central houses 12 meeting rooms with flexible layouts, which have the capacity for up to 200 delegates. 

Front of Student Central

Garden Halls offers eight contemporary meeting rooms, suitable for small and medium-sized meetings. 

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Additional Event Services

Each of these outstanding event venues are supported by our University of London venues events team who are at your disposal to ensure your event runs smoothly from start to finish.

Each venue has an in-house catering team to keep your delegates fed and watered. Contact us to find out more about our bespoke menus, helping you to make sure your event is an undisputed success.

We also offer additional event services such as photography, floristry and accommodation.

For further information about our event services and booking your event at University of London Venues, make an online enquiry, give our friendly events team a call on +44 (0) 20 7862 8127 or drop us an email at: conference@london.ac.uk

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