Over 1,000 seated

Venues for over 1,000 sit-down guests in London

Updated on 11 October 2017

If you're booking an event and you need to accommodate for up to or over 1,000 guests in a venue and you don't necessarily need to them to be seated theatre-style, this is the squaremeal.co.uk selection for you. In and around London there are huge variety of venues that will hold 1,000 seated guests.

London's top sports venues are a natural choice, be it a football or rugby stadium, a cricket ground or one of the country's well-known racecourses, there's the space you need to make a large-scale event go off without any problems.

There are also a number of hotels in central London's West End and the City, that have enough space for 1,000 sit-down guests. Hotels, in particular, are very well equipped for conferences, product launches or gala dinners, with well-trained, dedicated events teams.

Don't forget to have a look at our selection of arts venues available for hire too, be it a music, theatre or one of the cinema chains' venues dotted across the capital. Many of them can do 1,000 theatre-style, 1,000 stand-up, or 1,000 tiered seats.

Troxy

Troxy

490 Commercial Road , Limehouse, London, E1 0HX

Troxy opened its doors in the 1930s as a grand cinema. Today, it’s an impressive events hub that retains its Grade II-listed art deco features. AV facilities are a strong point, with hi-spec sound, flexible staging options and a permanent lighting system on offer. Combined, they deliver for concerts, fashion shows and awards ceremonies. The main space is also well suited to indoor sports events, corporate dinners and Christmas parties.

Max Meeting 1100
Max Standing 1500
Max Banquet 720
Banqueting House

Banqueting House

Whitehall, St. James's, London, SW1A 2ER

Commissioned by James I in 1622 as an entertaining space for court masques, Banqueting House dazzled London’s high society when it opened. You can almost feel the spirit of courtiers who partied beneath the magnificent Rubens-painted ceiling of the Main Hall. This space is an awe-inspiring sight when set for a candle-lit dinner, but the room is also perfect for receptions of 500 and awards dinners for 380 guests. Once enjoyed as a drinking den by James I, the vaulted Undercroft below is an atmospheric space for a cocktail reception or after-dinner party. A list of approved suppliers provides everything from flowers to furniture.

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Max Meeting 400
Max Standing 500
Max Banquet 380