A historic building
We are fortunate to work in a stunning building in the heart of Westminster. 34 Smith Square has an interesting past and served as the Conservative Party’s headquarters between 1958 and 2003. We have a great photo in the lobby of Harold Macmilian leaning out of our office window in 1959.
We founded the ellwood afield gallery, on the ground floor of the building, in 2012. It is the first gallery dedicated to exploring the role, character and importance of communications. As specialist communications and advocacy headhunters it’s very close to our hearts.
Since 2012 we’ve hosted over 200 events. Everyone is welcome. There’s not much we can’t accommodate. We have curated 5 exhibitions including ‘Authenticity of Communications’ and ‘After Leveson – Two views of the press’. A recent exhibition saw then Prime Minister Rt. Hon David Cameron MP as guest of honour along with his chancellor Rt. Hon George Osborne MP, and then London Mayor, Boris Johnson. We’ve had the pleasure of hosting many famous faces and memorable communications industry events.
An intriguing, modern venue
The 1,000 sqft venue comprises two interconnecting rooms. It has been used for company meetings, product launches, seminars, drinks receptions and parties. We have hosted CEO strategy meetings and breakfast meetings for a handful of people, seminars for 70 people seated and product launch and drinks parties for 120 guests, which is the venue’s capacity.
Cost of hire
Full day £1,000. Half day £600
Enquire and book
Contact Alexandra Simpson our fantastic event expert who makes it all happen: firstname.lastname@example.org
View the gallery site www.ellwoodtafieldgallery.com
We look forward to welcoming you soon