Battersea Evolution opens new event space

London's Battersea Evolution has opened its new Mezzanine level event space for up to 700 delegates in time for the Christmas party season.

London's Battersea Evolution has opened its new Mezzanine level
London's Battersea Evolution has opened its new Mezzanine level

The new space can accommodate 500-700 delegates for both standing receptions and sit-down dinners, and is aimed at SMEs and smaller businesses looking to host their Christmas parties.

The opening of the mezzanine level means that a Christmas party could run in tandem with one of the venue’s sharer parties, with the guests benefitting from private use of the mezzanine for the reception and the late-night VIP cocktail bar, while enjoying a private area for dinner and all the entertainment available within the venue as a whole. 

The Mezzanine will give guests panoramic views of the ‘New York, New York’ theme that Smart Christmas Parties will be delivering at Battersea Evolution this year, including the outside Rockefeller tree and sweeping staircase over Central Park. Clients will also have the option to add bespoke touches to the Mezzanine such as 'mix and mingle' entertainment, photo booths and late-night treats.

The Mezzanine will allow Battersea Evolution to delve into the growing market for medium-sized conference space from both PCOs and associations and will be available to hire for a host of seminars and meetings.

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