Situated on London’s South Bank, Blue Fin Venue offers a flexible and highly accessible solution to all of your venue requirements.

Our contemporary event space occupies the 10th & 11th floors of the award-winning Blue Fin Building. Stunning views of St Paul’s, Tate Modern and Docklands provide the backdrop for an assortment of tastefully designed meeting rooms whilst our large landscaped terraces offer unique and highly desired space for outdoor events.

Whatever your specific requirement our friendly and professional on-site hospitality team can deliver; corporate meetings, training events, product launches, formal or informal dining plus a huge array of after-work entertaining. A range of easy to navigate delegate packages is available however we are always happy to tailor our solution to your individual requirements.

Why not call us with your brief and discover how simple and streamlined event planning can be with the Blue Fin Venue team?

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Blue Fin Building wins Top Environmental Award

It’s official – Blue Fin Venue has truly green credentials. Blue Fin Building won the Commitment to the Environment Award at the Charity Times, Better Society Awards 2015. The event recognises the efforts that commercial companies make in order to create a better society for all. The Blue Fin Building team were presented with the accolade […]




Goodstuff take the Mediachef crown

The aromas of the ‘Best of British’ menus filled the Blue Fin Building as Blue Fin Venue hosted the final of Mediachef 2015. Over 100 guests crammed into the 11th floor Winter Garden to support ad agencies Maxus, Goodstuff and Astus as they cooked up a culinary storm in their efforts to take this year’s […]




Urban Food Festival

Friday 30th January saw the arrival in the Blue Sky Lounge of the team from Urban Food Festival. Over the course of the day they hosted their unique style of food festival culminating with a presentation and party for BaxterStorey, the hospitality partners of Blue Fin Venue. In the evening over two hundred ‘festival goers’ […]