For over 60 years the London Irish Centre has hosted weddings of every style and scale. Not only can we cater for any size reception for up to 450 guests, but as a licensed civil ceremony venue, your whole day can be right here under one roof, at Camden’s London Irish Centre.
We fully understand that your wedding day is special and unique, that’s why we only offer bespoke packages to meet your requirements. Contact our events team today for an informal chat and start your wedding planning today!
THE FINER DETAILS:
If you’re looking for florists, photographers, menu tasting sessions, a red carpet entrance, toastmaster or even sweet carts and photo booths, we have it all covered. Just ask our event management team for more information. We believe Sliced Events are the one-stop-shop for everything you need to create and plan your special day.
CATERING YOUR EVENT
We pride ourselves on offering you and your guests fresh, local and seasonal catering options. Our chefs work in some of the most prestigious venues and boutique hotels in London, such as the Royal palaces, the Houses of Parliament and Kensington Gardens to name but a few.
Choose from a selection of 2 or 3 course menus, buffet options or canapés. You can also bring in your own caterer, and if you have a specific dietary requirement that we cannot provide, we will even help to source one for you.
Take a look at our current menus
My company and I have used the London Irish Centre for the last 4 years to host our events. We find the venue perfect for what we need, the staff are very helpful and there is a nice feel and good vibe around the place. Our clients have always been looked after. We have also attended dinner shows here and the quality of the food has been second to none.–Scott Borthwick
Staff fabulous and everyone felt very well looked after. All our dietary needs were well catered for and nothing was too much trouble. For me personally, it was from the first instance of our initial meeting that I knew I could trust them to make sure our event went without a glitch. I have been organising events for years and it is so important to deal with someone completely competent and I was instantly reassured by his helpful and can do attitude. You would be very surprised at the amount of people in this business who do not know what they are doing and that can make you very nervous! –Aidan Doherty
Thanks for all of your help. The venue was perfect for our requirements, and all of the staff were very amenable to assisting us with any requests–David Danford
Camden based Choir open to all… No auditions, No sight reading, Just singing!
Jazz Choirs makes singing easy and fun by providing members with learning tracks for all of our arrangements.
Our repertoire include Jazz Standards, Blues and Soul along with some old school pop celebrating the music of well-known artists ranging from Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Ella Fitzgerald and to Stevie Wonder, Carole King and Lambert, Hendricks and Ross.
Join our choir, meet new people, discover new music and sing new songs!
Session 1: 6.45pm – 8.15pm
Session 2: 8.30pm – 10pm
£50% discount on your ‘First Four’ sessions when signing up for our Autumn 2019 term.
Full details available at: www.jazzchoirs.co.uk
Join our Facebook page for updates https://www.facebook.com/jazzchoirs/
Join us in our beautiful Chapel room for a wonderful evening of poetry from some of the Emerald Isle’s brightest, best, and upcoming poets.
From Ian Sansom to Emily S Cooper, to Jake Charles Hawkey and Mary Noonan, this free event is an evening of culture not to be missed!
Doors open from 7pm.
The Whistlin’ Donkeys are in the UK for another performance on the back of their incredible 2019 tours. Their unique spin on Irish Folk music, which blends elements of traditional Irish with Celtic rock influences, have seen them play across the world, from America to all over Ireland.
If their last trip over is anything to go by tickets will sell fast and a good ole knees up is inevitable!
Much is known about the visits Michael Collins made to London as part of the treaty negotiations in 1921/22 – however, much less is known about the nine years he spent in the capital working, at all places, at the Post Office Savings Bank.
Lodging with his elder sister Hannie, Collins was fifteen when he moved to London where he remained until his call back to Ireland for the Easter Rising.
This two-handed drama explores the years prior to 1916 and of course the time when he returns to London a totally different man altogether.
“They’d seen his face before…” A Day In The Life-The Beatles
She had not …And not knowing his face was their grace…
A force far greater than fate or destiny pushes two total strangers to cross paths one day on a Wicklow Hill. Whilst overlooking the magical Luggala Valley and mysterious Lough Tay aka The Guinness Lake, time stands still in more ways than one. Separate lives are lived through one day with moving, sometimes humorous and very unexpected consequences…
Written by Maria McAteer. Directed by Karen Spicer With Darren Cheek and Maria McAteer
NOTE: performances are on the 18th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd March.
We’re buzzing to announce that applications are now open for Camden Fringe 2020! It’s our fifth year participating in this wonderful event, can you believe?
If you’re thinking of putting on a play, a performance, or poetry reading, look no further than Camden’s London Irish Centre.
Get in touch today to find out more information, and apply to take part on eventotron.com.