Historically, the area has remained a melting pot of culture, education and literature. In terms of education establishments, University College London calls the area its home, as do the University of Law, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the British Medical Association, just to name a few. As such, the area is often teeming with students and has plenty of pubs and bars to accommodate them. The number of students also means that you’ll find an abundance of bookshops, perfect for smaller talks or product launches.
If you’re planning an event in Bloomsbury, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how well-connected it is. King’s Cross St. Pancras, Russell Square, Euston Square and Goodge Street stations are nearby, so you and your guests will be able to get there easily from just about anywhere in London. And, as with many of London’s greenest areas, you’ll find plenty of terraces, roof gardens and outdoor spaces for events. These venues are often covered in plants and flowers, making them not only ideal for summer parties but also highly Instagrammable. If you’re looking for something to do before your event, this is a brilliant area to potter around. On Thursdays, you’ll find the rather fancy farmer’s market, while Sicilian Avenue is stunning all year round, boasting ionic columns, gold signs and plenty of marble.
Once you’ve found one you like, hit the ‘get prices and availability’ button. That will take you through to the venue’s listing page, which has tons of information like brochures, menus, testimonials, offers and more.