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Soho Blue Plaque Event Space

London W, London

650 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

It’s not often you get to hold an event in the middle of Soho, off Oxford Street. But this first-floor event space to rent in Percy Shelley’s one-time Soho home gives you the opportunity to do just that. Above local institution Vasco & Piero's Pavilion (on Poland Street for nearly 50 years), this studio space is available for private events and exhibitions. It comes with a kitchen, bathroom, studio lighting and basic furniture, but it can also be cleared of all equipment before you move in.

View the floor plan for this space.


A hive of creativity, Soho is London’s media central, the home of some of the capital’s most unique shopping, and a destination for drinking, dining and entertainment. Daytimes are busy with local workers, shoppers and tourists, weekday evenings see nearby bars and restaurants, including your downstairs neighbour, get busy with the post-work crowd. Weekends are buzzing with Londoners and tourists, daytime and night. Oxford Circus underground is less than five minutes away.


This space is a few doors down from Jason Atherton's famous Social Eating House and the BBQ joint, Bodean's. Next door is Soho Food & Wine and opposite is Beyond Retro, known for its vintage clothing.


  • Lighting
  • Toilets
  • Security shutters
  • Wifi

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Rules of The Space

Opening hours:
Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 20:00 (but times outside these hours will be considered).

The space is available to rent for a minimum of one day.

No loud music.

No smoking.

Maximum capacity: 20 people.

No repainting of walls.

A2 licence.

Home Truths

You’re on the first floor, so the space doesn't have its own storefront.