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R & S Saloon (Wisconsin, USA)
The R Bar & Club
Radio City
Radisson Bloomsbury Hotel
Radisson Grafton Hotel
The Radium Beer Hall (South Africa)
The Radlett Centre
Raffles Nite Club Durban (South Africa)
Rafikis (South Africa)
Rah Rah Room
Rail II (Peoria, USA)
The Railway
Raina's Sports Lounge (Oklahoma , USA)
The Rainbow
Rainbow Venues
The Rainbow Venues
The Rainbow Warehouse
Raine Lounge (New York, USA)
Rainforest Cafe
Raley Field (California, USA)
Ramada Inn (Lexington, Kentucky, USA)
Ramp Divas (South Africa)
The Rampant Lion
The Ranch (California, USA)
The Ranch (Massachusetts, USA)
Rand Airport - Harvard Cafe (South Africa)
Rand Airport Germiston (South Africa)
Randalls Island Park (New York, USA)
Randburg Sports Complex (South Africa)
The Range (New York, USA)
Rare Form (Louisiana, USA)
Rascals (Ireland)
Rascasse (South Africa)
Rat & Parrot
Rat & Parrot (South Africa)
Ravel Hotel (New York, USA)
Ravel Penthouse 808 (Long Island City, USA)
Raving Buddha
Ray's Bar (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
Raymond James Stadium (Florida, USA)
Re: Roots
Reading Arts South Street
The Realm Of Avalon, Somerset
Rebellion MCR (Manchester, UK)
Recess (South Africa)
Reclaim The Streets :: St Pauls
The Recreational Ground (Whyteleafe, Surrey, UK)
Red Brick Brewing Company (Atlanta, USA)
The Red Door (South Africa)
Red Fish, Blue Fish (Missouri, USA)
The Red Gallery
Red Lion Pub
The Red Room (South Africa)
Red Rooms
The Red Rooms (Newcastle Upon Tyne)
Redgrave Theatre
Redon (London, UK)
Redz Cafe (South Africa)
Refinery Rooftop (New York, USA)
The Reform Club (South Africa)
The Regal
The Regency Center (California, USA)
Rehab Nightclub
Rehab Warehouse
Reina Club
Relax at 12
Reliance Square
The Remix Bar
Renaissance Rooms
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church (New York, United States)
Renegades Bar & Grill (Washington, USA)
Republic NOLA (Louisiana, USA)
The Rescue Rooms
The Reserve (Los Angeles, United States)
The Resistance Gallery
Resistance Gallery
Retox Bar
Revel In (South Africa)
Reverb (Pennsylvania, USA)
Review Bar
Revolution (Leadenhall Street, London)
Revolution Bar & Music Hall
Revolution Bar & Music Hall (New York, USA)
Revolution Bar & Music Hall (New York, USA)
Revolution Bars
Revolution Deansgate Locks
Revolution Nightclub (Canada)
Rhino Room (Cape Town)
Rhodes Art Complex
Rhodes House (South Africa)
The Rhythm Factory
Rhythm Room - Club Euphoria
Rhythmix Cultural Works (California, USA)
Rhythms In Indigo
Rialto Theatre
Rich Mix
Rickshaw Stop (San Francisco, USA)
Ridley Road Market Bar
Riley Smith Hall
Ring Homestead Camp & Adventure Paintball (New York, USA)
Rinky Dink Bar
Rio Cinema
Rios Leeds
Ripley's Beach Bar (Indiana, USA)
Rise Nightclub
The Ritz
Ritz Ballroom
Ritz Bar and Lounge (New York, USA)
Ritzy Cafe
Riva Downstairs
Rivals Sports Bar & Restaurant (Pennsylvania, USA)
River Bar
The River Gambler (Canada)
Rivermead Leisure Complex
Riversands Farm (South Africa)
Riverside Hotel
Riverview Performing Arts Center (Florida, USA)
RivierPlaas (South Africa)
Rlounge PHX
The Roadhouse
Roadhouse 66 Gas n Grill (Chicago, USA)
Roadtrip & The Workshop
Rochedale farm in Springs (South Africa)
Rochedale Farm, Springs (South Africa)
Rochelle's (New York, USA)
The Rock (South Africa)
The Rock and Roll Kitchen
The Rock Bar (Ibiza)
Rock bar (South Africa)
The Rock Box (Texas, USA)
Rock City
Rock Hard PDX (Oregon, USA)
ROCK SHACK (South Africa)
The Rocket Complex
Rockfish Camp and Retreat Center (North Carolina, US)
Rocking Shamrock (South Africa)
Rockpile Cafe (Missouri, USA)
Rockwell (Florida, USA)
Roda (Czech Republic)
Rodillos (South Africa)
Roka Lounge (South Africa)
Rokafelaz (South Africa)
Rolling Stock London
Rolls Royce
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
Roodeplaat Dam (South Africa)
Roof Top of Rosebank (South Africa)
Rooftop @ the Revere Hotel Boston (Boston, US)
Rookies Bar & Grill (California, USA)
Room 26
Room 26 (Rome, Italy)
The Room At The Top
Room at The Top
Roots (South Africa)
Roots (South Africa)
Ropery Hall
The Rose
Rose Bowl Stadium (Pasadena, United States)
The Rose Hounslow
Rotunda (Glasgow, Scotland)
The Roundhouse
Roundhouse (London, UK)
Route 28 Resort (South Africa)
Route 61 Roadhouse (Pennsylvania, USA)
Route Night Club
Roxbury Night Club
Roxx Club
The Roxy
The Roxy (New South Wales)
Roxy Bar and Screen
Roxys (South Africa)
Royal 66 (Arkansas, USA)
Royal Bath & West Showground
The Royal Bath and West Showground
Royal Castle Lounge (Colorado, USA)
Royal Highland Centre (Edinburgh, Scotland)
The Royal Horticultural Halls
The Royal Hotel
Royal Hotel Basement Club
Royal Hotel Club
Royal Leamingtom Spa Polo Club
Royal Northern College of Music
The Royal Oak
The Royal Princess
The Royal Sovereign
The Royal Theatre
Royal Vauxhall Tavern Nightclub
Royal Well
Royal Winter Gardens
Royale (Boston, United States)
RS Lounge
Rs lounge
Rubicon Club and Grill (Las Vegas, United States)
Rubix (University of Surrey)
Rubix Warehouse (Victoria, AUS)
Ruby Blue
Ruby Blue Nightclub (South Africa)
The Ruby Lounge
The Ruby Room
Rulli's Bella Luna (Indiana, USA)
Rumpus Room (New York, USA)
The Rush House
Rushmoor Arena
The Russian Bar
Rustlers Valley (South Africa)
Rye Wax
Rye Wax


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The Royal Horticultural Halls
Address: Elverton Street, London, SW1P 2QW, SW1P 2QW

Nearest Tube: Victoria Tube Station

Phone: 020 7821 3650

Last updated: 16 Apr 2014

You’d be right to expect an organisation as dedicated to enhancing and protecting the environment as the Royal Horticultural Society to build sustainability into everything it does.

We take the stewardship of our Grade II listed building very seriously indeed. We operate in a manner that is fully compliant with ISO 14001 and BS 8901 standards, the quality benchmarks for planning and managing sustainable events that govern all aspects of the event organiser’s supply chain.

We minimise and manage waste, and recover energy through the harvesting of waste. Low energy lighting, energy-efficient hand-dryers, biodegradable hand soap, 100% recycled paper products, sourcing produce locally, using natural lighting and ventilation whenever possible... all these measures add up to a positive impact on the environment and the community.

All leaflets and inserts are printed on 50% FSC certified paper and 50% recycled paper.

The Halls are decorated with potted, rather than stem-cut, flowers and plants. This eliminates the environmental impact of using cut flowers, the majority of which are grown in monocultures and treated with insecticides and pesticides. Also once harvested, cut flowers are transported – sometimes hundreds of miles by air – in temperature-controlled units where they have only a short shelf life and emit, rather than absorb, CO2.

To reduce traffic congestion and pollution, we encourage visitors and staff to use pedestrian routes and public transport where possible. Furthermore, Westminster City Council has installed additional bicycle parking racks and free motorcycle bays in Vincent Square.

Barclay’s Cycle hire is also available in London with two docking stations close by. These are available 24 hours a day, all year round. The scheme is self-service. No booking is required: simply turn up and go. The two closest docking stations are on Vincent Square and Greycoat Street, immediately outside the Lindley Hall.

Capacity: Banquet: 350
Dinner dance: 350
Reception: 600
Cabaret: 224
Theatre: 350
Examinations: 500
Fashion show: 400

Sound system: The Lindley Hall has two sound systems:

A tannoy system designed to handle requirements such as general announcements to exhibitions or shows and/or background music.
A PA system, which is available for hire. This is suitable for high quality speech and music and can be supplemented with additional equipment, as necessary.

Lighting: It was the monarch King Edward VII who had mooted the idea of the Royal Horticultural Society having a purpose-built exhibition hall for its shows. On 22 July 1904, together with the Society's patron Queen Alexandra, he officially declared the venue open.

The Lindley Hall was designed by Edwin J Stebbs, and his focus on achieving as much natural light as possible remains a key part of the character of the building more than 100 years later. The space, light and elegance inherent in its Edwardian design create a breathtaking effect for organisers and visitors alike. The Lindley Hall continues to set a gold standard for every type of event, hosting conferences, exhibitions, fashion shows, banquets, weddings, product launches and many other events, both public and private. It also provides a stunning backdrop for music videos, car launches, adverts and films. Organisers are able to take advantage of the Hall’s stunning glass-vaulted ceiling for an abundance of natural light or can opt for full blackout.

Door Policy: TBC


Directions: Bus 507 Westminster, Strutton Ground (Stop SH)

MapLink: [map]

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