Camm and Hooper revolutionise event space in iconic London buildings, providing true innovation and an exceptional product on all levels


The inspiration for Camm & Hooper came from inventors Sydney Camm & Ralph Hooper, inventors of the vertical take-off jet engine.  It was their ability to invent new formats, functionality and technology to be able to perform in all situations that inspired our events, restaurant and bar concept.  You will find Camm & Hooper in some of the most amazing, exclusive and unusual event spaces in London.

The first venue from Camm & Hooper is a former leather warehouse in vibrant Bermondsey, now housing a bar, restaurant and event space. Tanner & Co offers all day eating and drinking while Tanner Warehouse provides a dedicated event space in an innovative and unprecedented venue.

In contrast, Banking Hall, situated in the heart of the City, features three event spaces: the Grade II-listed Main Hall, the Counting Room and the Banker's Boardroom. Banking Hall provides an elegant, prestigious and adaptable venue in one of London’s busiest and significant business locations.

Victorian Bath House is an ornate and spectacular addition to London event spaces.  Situated on Bishopsgate Churchyard, a stone's throw from Liverpool Street Station, the Victorian Bath House is in the ideal location for private and corporate events alike.

Procuring an eclectic town house, Camm & Hooper introduce their latest venue, Six Storeys on Soho, opening Autumn 2016. Let the story unravel as each floor tells a different tale - from casual dining to eclectic cocktails, it’s the ideal place to host a private affair.

We have evolved the events industry model, making full use of assets by supplementing our events space with permanent restaurant and bar offers where possible.  From banks to warehouses, conservatories to libraries, our concept and development work is award-winning and has received great accolades. Camm & Hooper continue to grow with a number of venues currently under development throughout the City of London.