See our list of suggested venues below. We reccomend booking the room for 2.5 - 3 hours for a standard Aftermath game.
Please contact these directly for bookings and availability.
THE SMILEY ROOMS
If a John le Carrie vibe is what you are looking for, then we have some suggestions for recruits who want to get down and dirty in the world of urban realism with Tinker Tailor Soldier Spying…
Price Range: £ - ££
HOLBORN - LONDON
The Yorkshire Grey
Our upstairs function room has its own private bar, a triple aspect view over Clerkenwell Road, flexible and creative seating and space planning, a fabulously impressive sound system and of course your own personal staff who want to make your event super special.
General Enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org | 020 7498 7464
Venue Capacity 120+ | Food and Drink options avaliable.
Price Range: £
STOCKWELL - LONDON
The Cavendish Arms
The We like to think of oursleves as the hidden gem of Stockwell, an 'arts' pub tucked away on a quiet residential street only five minutes walk from Stockwell tube station.
General Enquiries Info@thecavendisharmsstockwell.co.uk | 020 7498 7464
Whole venue capacity- 150 | Food and Drink options available.
Price Range: £
THE STEED ROOMS
Mrs Peel! We need a room! A little more charm and elegance offered by these spaces for the secret agent who prefers the slightly finer things in British life…
Price Range: ££ - £££
THE OLD BANK OF ENGLAND PUB
The Law Courts branch of the Bank of England was built back in the late 1800’s - and many of the building's original features remain. A beautifully preserved piece of London’s past, this place is the perfect lunch stop for history hunters in the capital.
BANK - LONDON
Positioned right in the heart of The City of London on Throgmorton Street, Warnford Court is a short walk from Bank, Moorgate and Liverpool Street Stations. Formerly the offices of The Stock Exchange, Ben Adams architects have worked with us to retain its sense of grandeur, while adding all the necessities of the modern space.
ISLINGTON - LONDON
THE CHAPEL BAR
The Chapel Bar in Islington is London’s best private hire bar. Offering a versatile space, consisting of 4 areas over 2 floors, we invite you to take this opportunity to explore our exciting venue…
General Enquiries email@example.com | 020 7833 4090
Terrace Bar (Capacity: 80 Standing) | Saloon & Dancefloor (Capacity: 180 Standing) | Food and Drink options available.
Price Range: £££
MARYLEBONE - LONDON
91 Wimpole Street
This imposing baroque building located in the heart of Marylebone, was designed by James S. Wilson and William Wallace (no, not that one) in the late 19th century. In an area famous for doctors and music (Paul McCartney wrote “Yesterday” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand” just a few doors down), we like to think that Wimpole Street offers a therapeutic retreat from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street.
THE BOND ROOMS
Now pay attention, 007! If you want to go all out, like a certain MI6 agent, then why not undertake a mission in a space which only the finest megalomaniacs bent on global domination would use…
Price Range: £££ - ££££
LONDON BRIDGE - LONDON
If there’s one building that we have that speaks for itself, it’s The Shard. We looked at a range of floors that were available but figured if you’re going to be in The Shard, you want the views. So we went for the highest office floors we could take on levels 24 and 25 (the highest office floor is level 28). Stunning views across London in a building that is recognised globally (and by Charlie’s 6-year-old daughter).
HOLBORN - LONDON
The Bloomsbury Building
In tune with the surrounding area’s publishing heritage, we’d like to think that the space provides a relaxed and cultured atmosphere, ideal for you to think and create. For the first time, we have a card room, complete with a house piano (perfect for those impromptu sing-a-longs) and a poker table. There’s also an on-site café, an indoor garden, lounges, bike storage and showers.
OXFORD CIRCUS - LONDON
Henry Wood House
Despite being a sterling example of modern architecture (even following Corbusier’s 5 points of architecture) HWH has long been considered the ugly sister of the BBC’s classical Langham Place, yup the one with that famous rotunda of corinthian pillars. But we’re not in this camp, as Confucius put it “Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.”