With less than a week to go until we open the doors at Old Billingsgate for Venues + Events Live 2018, here are some of the venues you should definitively check out at this year’s show
Why go see them? You don’t need to be a spurs fan to be excited about London’s latest stadium opening. The venue, which is still under construction, will have an incredible hospitality offering – visit the stand to find out what you can do there.
Why go see them?
There’s lots of exciting things happening at the Science Museum
at the moment. Not only have the venue opened its new Wonderlab Gallery
, but it will also be opening a pioneering new events space, Illuminate next year. Hit up the stand to explore your events opportunities.
Why go see them? On the look-out for an out-of-town adventure? The Northern Irish capital’s repurposed maritime hub has a three-pronged events offer. For instance, on the top floor of the strikingly contemporary Titanic Belfast building, the Titanic Suites look out to the slipways and lough where the famous ship was built and launched.
Why go see them? The Craven Cottage stadium events spaces offer views over the pitch or river in Putney. The spaces are ideal for everything from private dining to Christmas parties and training to conferences for between 10 – 100 guests.
Why go see them? Manchester as a city and corporate destination is booming. In a Grade II*-listed former Victorian railway station, Manchester Central’s column-free Central Hall brings rare height and a special atmosphere to exhibitions or installations. Visit the stand to find out how you can explore the northern capital.
Why go see them? This is one of 2018’s most exciting venue openings, so you should check out its stand for the full low-down on its plans for the year. With several interesting event spaces, there will be something for everyone.