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Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith Christmas Party Venue

London,W6 9QH
  • 1500
  • 720

Eventim Apollo Christmas Party Venue: A Legendary and Versatile Space

Celebrate your Christmas party in London at the iconic Eventim Apollo, a legendary live venue that has hosted global superstars like David Bowie, Kate Bush, and The Rolling Stones, as well as sell-out runs from comedians Michael McIntyre and Billy Connolly. The Eventim Apollo is now available for a diverse range of events, including awards ceremonies, weddings, cutting-edge product launches, and fashion shows, thanks to its new high-tech flooring system.

Auditorium: A Stunning Art Deco Space

The auditorium offers a breathtaking backdrop for any event. Originally designed as an Art Deco cinema, this versatile space effortlessly combines high-tech sound and lighting with 1932 grandeur. The plasterwork and cornicing are works of art, but the fully operational Compton pipe organ truly steals the show.

Auditorium Capacities:

Stalls auditorium: Dining for 720, standing reception for 1250, theatre style for 1387
Circle auditorium: Fixed theatre style seating for 1924

Foyer: A Perfect Breakout Space

The two-level foyer serves as an ideal breakout space for drinks receptions or after-show parties. Like the auditorium, this versatile area features ultra-modern lighting and sound equipment that complements the stunning Art Deco elements. Discover a unique terrazzo floor, decorative windows, and friezes by the artist Newbury Abbot Trent in this space.

Foyer Capacities:

Stalls foyer: 350
Circle foyer: 350
Additional breakout rooms with various capacities are available upon request.

Stalls Foyer 1:

The modular floor can be installed overnight to transform the perfect sloping view for watching gigs into a split-level flat floor, ideal for seated dining events hosting up to 720 guests or a standing reception for up to 1500. The auditorium can also accommodate 3300 people theatre-style for conferences or screenings. The Art Deco foyer area, with its original features, is the perfect space to host a drinks reception or an after-show party, no matter the event.

Choose the Eventim Apollo for your Christmas party venue in London and enjoy a legendary, versatile space that promises to make your celebration unforgettable.



Google Reviews

10,896 reviews
  • Carol Newell
    Carol Newell
    a week ago

    I had an awesome afternoon attending a recording of Noel at the Apollo. It's such a lovely historic building. The seat was a bit hard/uncomfortable, but I didn't notice once the show started. Had a great view from the circle. So nice to visit such an attractive venue.

  • Sean O'Neill
    Sean O'Neill
    a month ago

    Iconic music venue. Decent bars, sloping standing area so good views for all. Easy to get in and out and very close to tubes and buses into central London.

  • V
    a month ago

    The venue and event staff were very efficient from the security check point, grabbing a drink and to picking a place to view the show. I decided to stay towards the back of the venue and still had a perfect view of everything going on. The beer cost were definitely 'event priced' as each drink cost me about 6-7£. But I was impressed with the drink holders lol you could stack them and hold multiple drinks in one hand, which I thought was a convenient detail.

  • Hiroshi Takahashi
    Hiroshi Takahashi
    2 months ago

    Came here to see ONE OK ROCK, very good venue, the floor slopes up, so the people at the back can also see the artists. The sound is also great, my gf and I had a super fun time watching them live! 🤟🤟 Place was sold out, and we still had room to breath~

  • Daryl Lord
    Daryl Lord
    2 months ago

    Went to see Blur perform a one off gig playing their latest album in full at the Eventim Apollo, after seeing them at Wembley at the month, I was interested to see how it would compare. The process of getting in was fairly easy, just join a quick moving queue a little after the doors time and then have your ticket scanned via the Eventim app followed by a quick scanner/bag check to ensure you aren't bringing in anything prohibited. The drinks were fairly reasonable (for London), think I paid £7.90 for a pint of Asahi, including £1 of which was a deposit for the reusable plastic cup, meaning future pints would be £6.90. You don't however get your £1 back at the end. The venue had the usual sticky floor that comes with most music venues, but one thing that I found difficult was the slanted floor, I understand this is from where seating would normally be, but the incline was uncomfortable after a while. It does mean that you can usually find somewhere to stand and be able to see over everyone. The sound system was perfectly adequate, I think I would have preferred to wear my loop earplugs as it was a little loud and at times I felt like the vocals were a little too high/muffled, but that's just a personal preference. Getting out of the venue at the end was a slog as there seems to be a bottleneck in the middle.