Over 3000 sqft of blank canvas event space in the City of London
Located in the heart of London, underneath Cannon Bridge Station.
The Steel Yard has been extensively refurbished and offers an exciting new experience to the corporate market.
This undiscovered London venue comprises of two beautifully restored Victorian railway arches and has been fitted with extensive lighting and production.
This versatile event venue lends itself well to everything from dinners and receptions, conferences, awards ceremonies and exhibitions to Fashion Shows and Product Launches.
Bespoke Event Opportunities
With its prime central London location and over 3000 square feet the opportunities at The Steel Yard are endless for private and corporate events.
- State of the art lighting allowing for quick and easy lighting changes
- Late night extension until 2am
- Full technical production support from experienced production specialists
- Front of house and cloakroom facilities
- Venue security and management
- 24 hours access, flexible build time
- No noise restrictions
Standing reception – 390 – (ability to extend to 500 but incorporating next door)
Seated Dinner – 200 max
Dinner Dance – 180max
Cabaret – 120
Classroom style – 115
Theatre Style 200
The main space: 2200 sq ft
The mezzanine: 500 sq ft
The bar area: 800 sq ft
Guests walk into the reception area and are immediately drawn to the surprisingly high arched ceilings and the original Steel Hoist that hangs from above, showcasing the fascinating history hidden within this venue.
The long wooden bar has ample space to serve many guests, creates an exclusive meeting point and has many branding opportunities.
The Steel Yard is one of the few venues in London with a brewery fresh un-pasteurised tank beer Staropramen installed.
The Main Hall
Guests enter the main hall via two beautiful Victorian railway arches from the reception bar. The Main Hall is a large vault with original brickwork, stunningly lit by our extensive lighting rig. The main hall offers a large blank canvas space waiting to be transformed.
A secret space that overlooks the reception bar area. The mezzanine has its own private bar and offers a more intimate space away from the main hall. Its use is versatile and has included being VIP area, a break out space, a space for photo booths, and a media interview zone.