Etc. Venues to open London venue 133 Houndsditch

Latest property will open in Spring 2019 featuring nine rooms with space for 700 in the conference suite.

Etc. Venues will open its latest venture in Spring this year – 133 Houndsditch. It will be located in the heart of the City, near Liverpool Street and Bank stations. 

The main conference suite can accommodate 700 theatre style or 500 cabaret. There are also a further seven large breakout rooms for 50 to 100 delegates and a large Galleria ideal for exhibitions with multiple media walls. Moveable walls allow option for total customisation, with colour change lighting providing branding opportunities.

"We’re enjoying significant momentum towards our ambitious £100m goal for 2022," said managing director Alastair Stewart.  

"In early April we will again challenge London’s City event spaces by opening our largest city conference and exhibition venue at 133 Houndsditch, which opens hot on the heels of us expanding our popular five-floor Monument space.

"We’re determined to stay ahead of the game in enabling the ultimate modern, memorable event experience for conference, exhibition and evening event-goers."

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