Last Days of Shoreditch welcomes brand activations and private hire parties
The unique East London venue hosts up to 750 people for brands and private events, along with private room hire for every occasion.
Preparing to return for the winter season, Last Days of Shoreditch is arriving back in the heart of East London. This food, music and drinking destination features multiple bars, exquisite cocktails, dance floor and DJ setup, karaoke powered by Lucky Voice, an adult slide, and renowned food traders all fully heated and covered with a large stretch tent. Multiple areas are available for all types of private bookings at Last Days Of Shoreditch with 8o8 Whisky, Just Eat, Goose Island and many other brands taking full advantage of this incredible space. Last Days of Shoreditch is accepting hire requests now for the year ahead, including Christmas, from 12 people all the way up to a full venue takeover for 750 persons. A selection of drink packages are also available. Further information via lastdaysofshoreditch.co.uk/private-hire.
With over 5000 revellers a week during the summer, Last Days of Shoreditch holds seven private areas available for booking all year round with a venue takeover available any day of the week for this winter season. Featuring a karaoke booth, a professional DJ and speaker set up with a variety of themed private rooms including the Star In Shoreditch, Bowie Bauhaus, Purple Rain and more to host your perfect party or event.
As well as a host of bespoke private hire rooms Last Days Of Shoreditch will also make its mezzanine level available for hire, with various packages including a minimum spend per person. Sitting over the main arena, the mezzanine is perfect for those wanting to add another level to the party as well as bespoke events on top of the action.
Last Days of Shoreditch welcomes a wealth of brands - anything from alcohol, to food, to world renowned apps and more, as well as helping create bespoke art installations, video projections and other materials for its respective collaborations. For the past two years, September has seen the arrival of the Goose Island Bloc Party. Taking over the entire 750 capacity site for a one-day event, Goose Island transformed the space into a mini-festival, with DJs and a live music stage. Alongside the entertainment were the best beers from the Chicago Brewer and some of London's finest street food traders including Smokey Tails and Biff's Jack Shack. In August of this year, 8o8 Whisky again took over the entire venue to play host to an all-day party spectacular, featuring specially selected DJs and a mass whisky taste test.
This year also saw the return of Just Eat Food Fest. Following the theme of Desert Island Dishes, foodies were addressed with the hypothetical scenario of being stranded on a desert island: what is the ultimate dish eaters could eat for years on end? Just Eat served up the nation's most loved takeaways people could not live without, transporting guests to the beach-inspired Last Days Of Shoreditch offering cocktails and popular music right in the heart of London. Other events have included an Auchentoshen Whisky event, where they took over the site for one night in June, programming the DJ’s, setting up a sampling station and creating a bespoke mural with a local street artist in the corner of the site, and a Pioneer Brewing Immersion tour, where they hosted a daytime trade event for London based bar and restaurant operators to sample their range of beers and listen to a series of educational talks. As well as private events, endless public events dotted the Last Days of Shoreditch calendar every Thursday, Friday and Saturday over the summer with a massive selection of global talent. Some of the many highlights from the summer included Artwork's Art's House pre-party, along with the likes of Anjunadeep, Soundcrash and loads more. This was bolstered with various family friendly day activities and events including FUN DMC and more. Food residents for the summer season came courtesy of Nanny Bills who served up a delectable range of burgers, not to mention their signature croquettes with Belli Freschi, and a brand new venture from the team behind Shoreditch's local hidden pearl Bottega Prelibato also joined. With the restaurant serving up authentic Italian dishes, Belli Freschi sought to take that one step further with a bespoke avocado bar and freshly made pasta. Returning for winter, stayed tuned for further announcements soon. For more information please visit lastdaysofshoreditch.co.uk.