Central London venue RSA House has revealed its re-designed Vaults, following a 9-month programme designed to make the spaces even more flexible, and to appeal to today’s tech-savvy buyer.
The historic Vaults draw on the House’s Georgian heritage, and can host product launches, drinks receptions, parties and dinners. The generous spaces, with expansive ceiling heights, provide a stunning backdrop for events of up to 220 guests.
Vault 1, with its series of alcoves, is separate from the others and provides the ideal space for more intimate dinners. Vaults 2-4 are interconnected and allow for each space to be themed or used for varying activities.
RSA House’s purpose-built theatre, The Durham Street Auditorium, which is ideal for screenings, meetings, and conferences, is also now re-open for event hire.
RSA House welcomed its first client to the newly launched space last week when global IT specialist Mozilla hosted ‘Mozfest’. The week-long event utilised the entire House, with intimate evening talks and socials taking place in the Vaults.
Emma Gaymer, sales and marketing manager at RSA House, says: “It’s fantastic to have the Vaults available again to host events following the recent closure. The Vaults have been a longstanding favourite on the events scene, as they offer a private oasis at the core of the city and an incredible backdrop that just adds to the atmosphere of any event held here.
“With a more streamlined, flexible space on offer and a brand-new banqueting kitchen along with it, we are looking forward to seeing our clients’ creative visions come to life in our historic Vaults.”