The Roost, London

This venue is right up my street and I’m really excited to share it with you. *lets out small strange sounding screech*

The Roost, Dalston, London is a disused Victorian Pub which has been turned into a cracking venue for weddings, film and TV. It’s four floors of heaven have been decorated with statement wallpaper and “filled with vintage furniture, eccentric props and bold art work”
Despite being an old pub the venue is light and airy with large windows. There are also French doors leading to a planted garden.

For your big day you can arrange the furniture how you wish to make a real impact. Table and chairs can be hired from one of The Roost’s preferred caterers and you can stock the bar yourself.

Filled with an eclectic mix of wall finishes, furniture, props & art work, it can be as creative and malleable as you wish.
The old bar, commercial kitchen and mature garden space are at the heart of the building leaving the rest as both a colourful & blank palette

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Banquet Layout in one of the rooms at The Roost

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The Bar at The Roost where guests can spill out into the garden

Outside The Roost

Outside The Roost



Get a feel for how your celebrations might be at The Roost

Spring – Sophie & Tom by Nick Tucker

Summer – Kaye & Jon by Tony Cullinane

Early Autumn – Lizzy & Sian by Babb Photo

Winter – Zoe & Phil by Christopher Currie


See what the brides had to say about the venue and what suppliers they used via these Wedding Blog Features:
Amy & Adrian via at Rock My Wedding
Cassandra & Howard via RocknRollBride

B.Loved chat with Steph from The Roost. article by Louise from B.Loved

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