The venue can host up to 485 guests for a reception, allowing guests to enjoy the inimitable backdrop of iconic London architecture. Enjoy drinks or dinner accompanied by the spectacular sight of OXO2’s unique panoramas, or party the night away before jaw-dropping views of the bright lights of the capital.
This versatile space offers a wealth of flexibility, allowing you to put your personal touch on your event. An understated neutral colour scheme lends itself well to a broad range of events, from fashion shows and photo shoots to product launches and private parties.
Within OXO2 you will find two gallery-style event spaces, they can be used as one, for larger events or separately if you are looking for a venue for a more intimate event with fewer guests. The large rooms can easily accommodate breakout areas, with the option to use the second gallery style room as a bigger breakout space.
Enjoy a sumptuous meal by award-winning caterer Create, or bring in your own preferred supplier.
Level Two, OXO Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH
Thank you so so much for everything. What a team you have! Amazing all round from everyone here at the UN.
"The event went really well and we've had very positive feedback about it. On behalf of the whole team, thanks to you and your team for an excellent job. It all ran very smoothly and the meeting and the celebration were a great success. We appreciate your flexibility and patience."
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“Very impressed with the theming – the marquee looked fab and the decoration really stood out as top notch. Certainly the best summer venue I have used for a large party!”
“Excellent service, excellent team! The UE Team were a pleasure to work with, their expertise, professionalism and solution-orientated approach was a delight to work alongside. I very much hope we will work together again.”