Evolve Events launches brand new Secret River Garden pop-up on the Thames


Evolve Events has launched a Secret River Garden, just in time for the summer events season.

The garden and two marquees – which already have limited dates remaining – can only be accessed by boat at certain times because of the tide, and will be one of the most in demand venues in the capital this summer.

Guests will be able to enjoy welcome drinks on the main lawn overlooking the Thames, before making their way through the woodland towards the marquees for a late lunch, an open bonfire in the evening or a pop-up gin and whisky bar.

Evolve Events can also transform the space into the perfect location for a festival, party, intimate celebration or even a corporate picnic.


Gary Peters, Managing Director at Evolve Events, says: “We’re known for offering clients something special – namely intimate, quirky experiences they can’t have anywhere else, but we’re particularly excited about the Secret River Garden.

“It’s easily accessible in West London, but is also totally hidden, and it’s the first venue we have actually been able to sail our guests to! We also wanted to offer something that allows our clients and guests to relax and focus on their wellbeing, combined with our signature hospitality and creativity. What could be better than an away day by the river, instead of inside a conference room? For anyone looking to take advantage of one of our most secret spaces, we’d urge you to get in touch and pick a date, to avoid missing out.”

The venue holds 150 for a seated lunch and 200+ for standing receptions, and is situated in West London just 30 minutes from Waterloo, or is accessible by boat.

The rental includes two marquees – one for dining and one for receptions – as well as catering furniture, sound/PA and lighting.

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