The Marylebone Town House is situated in one of the most charming and sought after areas of London in the heart of Marylebone. This beautiful red brick and Portland stone venue, with its unique history, began life in the 1900s as Swedish gymnastics college and served as a Swedish War Hospital for the British wounded during WW1. In 1992 the Hellenic Community trust acquired the building and after a sensitive and elegant conversion, the Hellenic Centre (now Marylebone Town House) opened as a cultural centre in 1994. This large white venue, with high ceilings and natural daylight, is often described as a blank canvas. Incorporating a spacious balcony, its is readily adaptable for corporate and social events such as, weddings, exhibitions, conferences, concerts, workshops, press events, dinners and other social occasions.
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