Bush Hall is a truly unique and unusual venue – a restored Edwardian dance hall in London W12 with an incredible rock ‘n’ roll history.
Built in 1904 and originally used as a dance hall throughout the roaring ’20s, Bush Hall has been everything from a soup kitchen (in WWII) and a bingo hall, to a rehearsal space for the likes of The Who in the ’50s and ’60s, and a snooker and social club in the ’80s and 90s.
A QUIRKY Venue WITH A VINTAGE EDGE
Today, Bush Hall has been restored to its former glory and its unique character shines through. One of the most unusual and quirky venues in London, it makes for a perfect vintage venue for wedding receptions and private events, and continues to celebrate its live music heritage with performances from artists such as Adele and Ellie Goulding.
Bush Hall also offers delicious, unique catering for your event, with a wide selection of menu options to suit your requirements from canapes to a three-course meal or even a banqueting feast served to the table 'family style' for guests to help themselves and our experienced events team can provide wedding planning services with the personal touch.
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