Venue hire at The Saatchi Gallery is the perfect opportunity to experience the unique grandeur of Britain's most exciting contemporary art museum and enjoy your own private view of the work on display at the same time.
Venue hire at The Saatchi Gallery is easy to organise and offered at very competitive rates for private parties and corporate functions alike.
The Gallery has a large capacity; it's advantageous due to its flexibility as venue hire can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of each client.
With many alternative arrangements and rooms the Gallery can accommodate a variety of parties; whether this a small scale private conference, a large scale dinner, or corporate function. Venue hire at The Saatchi Gallery is available for both daytime and evening occasions. We pride ourselves on offering a service that meets a variety of needs. With elaborate rooms and many alternative display spaces the beauty and uniqueness complements any occasion, ensuring that our venue hire is exclusive.
For intimate events a separate section can be allocated, this allows your guests and clients the privacy of the Gallery without using the full space. With a separate individual capacity alternative rooms suit the more personal events while retaining the grandeur and prestige of the Gallery's larger venues.
These smaller spaces available for venue hire may be more suitable for clients who desire a sophisticated yet private environment. These venues are ideal for birthday parties, receptions or anniversaries.
Venue hire for corporate functions or business conferences is strongly encouraged and many prestigious companies have used the Gallery as a host for their events including Bain & Company, BP, JP Morgan, Google, Conde Nast, The Observer and many more. The Gallery can provide audio-visual equipment and technological assistance for presentations should this be necessary. Venue hire is also possible for awards ceremonies and product launches, such as the Vodaphone England Cricketer of the Year Awards which the Gallery hosted in May 2005.