Blank Canvas launches new London event space

Venue management company Blank Canvas has launched a new event space in The Strand, London.

New event space opens in London
New event space opens in London

A former members club, Nine Adam Street has space for up to 300 delegates across its two floors, with two breakout rooms, a VIP area, kitchen area and private entrance.

The space, which is fully equipped with wi-fi, can be converted for any type of event.

Tarek Gjonnes, co-creator of Blank Canvas, said that prior to its launch, the venue hadn’t been used for two years. "The amount of commercial property lying disused in London is staggering. I was speaking to one developer recently who has a list of over 1,000 empty spaces currently available." He added that it made the ideal space for creating bespoke events. 

More:

London's new M by Montcalm launches event space 

New village-style event space opens in Leicestershire

Hoxton launches first overseas venue 

 

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