Free venue hire at Ivory Vaults

The deal is valid for three months

Updated on 08 January 2020 • Written By Maha Khan

Free venue hire at Ivory Vaults

To celebrate the New Year, Ivory Vaults are giving out some great deals to customers for the next few months.

The events space is offering free entertainment with their Winter Ball package or free venue hire with any food and beverage package. Both offers are valid throughout the month of January until March.

The historic venue is located within a stunning Grade II listed building, the Ivory House, at St. Katharine Docks. The centuries old space is a great backdrop for bespoke events, and the historic vaulted cellars are available for private hire for up to 450 guests.

The space itself is 10,000 sq ft. and can be used as a blank canvas to create the perfect function, replete with historical charm, and is sure to make for a memorable event. The team have experience in delivering quality entertainment for over 40 years and are on hand to bring your vision to life.

In addition to private hire, Ivory Vaults also plays host to some pretty cool immersive theatre experiences. The themed parties range from medieval banquet to glamourous 1920’s style celebrations. Ivory Vaults specialises in themed events and they have a superb selection of interactive shows and performances to keep your guests happy.

The venue is ideally situated in the East End of London, nestled between Tower Bridge and Tower of London. There are great links to the rest of London via public transport from underground stations, buses, and taxis.

Whether you’re considering a dry hire for your next corporate event within a fascinating historical setting, or are excited to treat your guests to a fun event replete with food, entertainment, and music, Ivory Vaults is an excellent option. Plus the free venue hire or free entertainment offer is valid for three months, so it’s a good choice if you’re looking for a great deal too.

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