For today’s event planners, finding the perfect venue to suit your event can be a challenge. You want enough space to comfortably accommodate your growing guest list, enough flexibility to make it your own, and a space that leaves a lasting impression.
Unique event spaces are becoming a popular choice for events professionals that want to offer something a little different. And they don’t come much more unique than the legendary studios of Abbey Road Studios.
Home to some of the biggest recording artists in the world, Abbey Road Studios offer three super stylish event spaces, perfect for private celebrations, business events, product launches or live music performances.
Studio One was the first ever purpose-built recording studio and remains the largest in the world today.
With capacity for up to 350 standing and 250 for dinner, your guests can enjoy the unique experience of being in the same room where some of cinema’s most famous film scores were made, including Star Wars, Harry Potter and Skyfall. It’s also the very same room in which The Beatles’ recorded their seminal performance of All you Need is Love, as part of the first ever international live satellite broadcast. Stylish, spacious and sure to impress, no matter what you’re celebrating.
Studio Two seats 70 for a celebration dinner, 130 standing or 100 for a conference. Perfect for drinks receptions, business networking events or small private dinners. This space still has much of its 1960s decor, yet has been adapted with cutting-edge technology to ensure you have everything you need to present, play music and set the mood with modern lighting.
The Beatles recorded 190 songs in Studio Two, which has also opened its doors to Pink Floyd harnessed, U2 and Oasis over the years.
Studio Three offers a modern event space with a mezzanine balcony and lounge areas where your guests can relax. Beautiful high ceilings create an airy, open space perfectly suited for small business events, press conferences or intimate social gatherings. Guests will be impressed to know they’re dining in a room once used by Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding, Coldplay and where in 2011, Amy Winehouse completed her last ever recording.
Seat 30 for dinner, 50 for a standing networking event or 30 for a business conference. One truly unique event space… so many possibilities.
Speak to the Perception Team for more details about the studio spaces at Abbey Road Studios.
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