Below is our May 2019 JUST TRENDING newsletter.

JUST NEW – Another new rooftop has opened in London this spring, capitalising on our appetites for great food and great views. The latest offering from the D&D London Group, 120 Fenchurch Street, is located on the floor below a “public sky garden” and is a restaurant that accommodates over 200 guests with stunning views of the River Thames, Tower Bridge, Tower of London and The Shard. We know this will definitely be a popular location for summer parties and corporate events.

JUST ENTERTAIN The world’s first robotic photo booth will make your event unforgettable. Everyone loves a photo booth and Selfiebot takes this experience to the next level. Roaming amongst the crowd, the robot surprises and delights with fully customisable speech interaction with your guests. Traditional photo booths are extremely popular but have not evolved. Selfiebot engages your guests from the start, by talking to them and offering to take their selfie. As you can imagine, the reaction to Selfiebot is incredible!

JUST TRENDING – BAFTA 195 Piccadilly invites you to explore their wonderful new home from home, at 194 Piccadilly, literally right next door! BAFTA is the globally renowned, leading independent charity supporting, developing and promoting the art form of the moving image (film, television & games). By choosing BAFTA Piccadilly to host your special event, you are helping support the numerous charitable endeavours that BAFTA support. These include nurturing new talent, inspiring audiences and celebrating our nation’s heritage across the film, television and games industries.

JUST SEE – Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, and you are able to visit it for free until January 2020, and host exclusive events under the incredible six-metre model moon after hours! Since 2016 the Moon has been circling the globe, lighting up spaces from Bilbao to Beijing, including abbeys and swimming pools. It’s at the Museum in time for the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. This new, exciting exhibition is a fantastic opportunity to offer something brand-new and extremely special.

JUST NEW – Originally opened in 1898 as Hotel Russell, we can’t claim that Kimpton Fitzroy London in Bloomsbury counts as a new venue but it has recently undergone an £85 million refurbishment restoring it to its original splendour – galleried lobby, sweeping marble staircase, double-height ballroom, and all. The ballroom boasts original architectural details, a full wall of windows, and a mezzanine gallery and is suitable for up to 450 guests whilst the ground floor has a range of meeting rooms available.