Bush Hall is a fantastic independent venue for live music and events in London W12. It provides a unique venue for all types of events and is perfect for wedding receptions.
The venue has a rock and roll history and a rich, varied past. Built in 1904, the building was used as a dance hall throughout the roaring twenties and since then has been a World War II soup kitchen, a bingo hall and rehearsal space for acts such as The Who, Adam Faith and Cliff Richard. In the 80s and 90s the hall was a snooker and social club before being taken back to its roots in 2001 to provide a fantastic events venue.
Bush Hall offers a fantastic variety of delicious catering options for your day. Whether you are planning for casual canapés, a grand three-course meal or a banquet feast served ‘family style’, the venue can accommodate your individual requirements. Our excellent events team will draw upon a wealth of experience to give you a wedding reception with a personal touch.
• Max. capacity of 200 for a sit-down dinner (mixture of round and trestle tables)
• Max. capacity of 300 for drinks and canapés
• Preferential rates with local hotels available
For more information, please get in touch.
3 Reviews for Bush Hall
Recommended by 100% of couples
Wedding Reception 2007
“Enormous thanks for all your efforts and patience. Our wedding was absolutely brilliant just what I had dreamed of and more. We are so grateful to you and all your staff for helping making it so.”Sent on 16/07/2008
Wedding Reception 2006
“We were all so pleased, having no experience of running an event like that, to be able to deal with people like you, who were helpful, friendly and efficient.”Sent on 16/07/2008
Private Party 2007
“Thank you for a wonderful, memorable evening. Your staff are really superb and made our evening so easy. Please thank them from us. It was an absolute pleasure working with you, as you have been so efficient, professional and charming. You run a great show! We have had so many compliments from our friends about the wonderful venue.”Sent on 16/07/2008