Extraordinary people, curating iconic experiences
At Camm & Hooper, expertise in events is the golden thread that runs through the heart of how we work. We’re proud, passionate hosts who love what we do.
The events dream
The Camm & Hooper story started back in 2013, when our founder Claire set about to disrupt the sleepy world of events with a vision to do things differently.
Out would go boring linen tablecloths, poor production values and rows of identikit waiters holding trays of warm fizz. In would come a company where wonderful venues, fabulous food & drink and a dedicated team would curate a new era of memorable events.
Building this dream wouldn’t be easy, but Claire knew that it could be possible. Our exciting journey had started…
Building a new reality
We hand-select only the best at Camm & Hooper – everything from our people, places and products to partners.
We started out with Tanner Warehouse, a buzzing spot in London’s Bermondsey. Soon after, we brought the C&H magic to converting Banking Hall, the Art Déco listed former HQ of Lloyds Bank, into a spectacular and stunning new events space.
Since then, we’ve grown our collection of unique, landmark venues that offer our lovely clients the opportunity to curate unforgettable events – spaces with character that can be fun or formal, intimate or immense.
We specialise in turning fantasy into reality – and we can’t do that without the beating heart of C&H – our curators.
The magic makers
At the heart of it all, we’re a team of extraordinary people curating exceptional events – and that’s no exaggeration. From our Managing Director Debra Ward, who joined us in 2018 to the wonderful ‘Lady Lovejoy’ – our founder Claire’s mum! – who sources all our antique decanters up in Scotland - every single person brings something special.
Our unique C&H difference comes from the people who go above and beyond – even when it could go wrong. Like when Chief Booze Engineer Patrick turned an accidental 8kg plum order into his now-signature infusion Plum Gin to the team who turned Victorian Bath House into an Oliver-Twist-themed space with actors serving food, glorious food, no request is too much for us.