Alternative wedding fair in London for the style-savvy couple
Becky Hoh-Hale, founder and creative director of wedding show Most Curious, gives us...
The Royal College of Music (RCM) in South Kensingtonhas opened its doors to wedding celebrations following a £40m investment and a transformation of the world-famous conservatoire, which is now available to hire.
Couples can make use of a wide range of spaces in this gorgeous Grade-II listed building. The Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall is a popular option, with its Flentrop Orgelbouw organ forming the stage's backdrop. If access to an indoor and outdoor area is a must, the 1815 Courtyard at RCM is the perfect choice. This red brick courtyard overlooks the stunning Cotes-Burgan atrium with its high glass ceiling letting in incredible light and is full of original features and a built-in bar.
The Performance Hall, one of the newly built venues, boasts a wooden lattice panelling as a backdrop. The Hall was designed with performances in mind with state-of-the-art acoustics, so couples can opt for a performance by some of the college's students to make the occasion extra special.
For more information and to view the spaces, visit https://venuehire.rcm.ac.uk