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Thursday 15 June 2006 1.06pm
I turn 30 this year and am looking for somewhere local to celebrate. Ideally I'd like to hire a room above/below a pub/bar on a Sat night, which could accommodate 30-50 people and has space for a spot of dancing.
Any suggestions gratefully received.
Thursday 15 June 2006 1.16pm
the Miller of Mansfield has a room as does the Roebuck-not sure how many they hold though
Thursday 15 June 2006 1.53pm
The Woolpack also has a room upstairs
Thursday 15 June 2006 2.28pm
we celebrated my sister-in-law's 30th a few years ago in the Leather Exchange, they have an upstairs room.

I'm also turning 30 this year, and am likely to be doing something similar, so i'd like recomendations too.
Thursday 15 June 2006 3.37pm
The Garrison - amazing food and they have a big cinema screen in their private room if that appeals. Village East for drinks afterwards now they have a 1:30am licence?
Thursday 15 June 2006 6.08pm
We've twice had the SE1 Christmas party in the Chaucer room upstairs at the Royal Oak. Dunno about the dancing though....
Thursday 15 June 2006 6.12pm
Roebuck would hold 30-50, but it always feels to me like a bit of a village hall. River Bar claims to have a downstairs function room.
Thursday 15 June 2006 9.58pm
The Leather Exchange has a big room upstairs and can sort out your music so that it's separate from downstairs if that is what you want.
Friday 16 June 2006 11.33am
does The Roebuck in great dover street still use upstairs?
Friday 16 June 2006 1.04pm
yes, I was in there recently and someone was having a "power Ballads" party - some very funny costumes occasionaly wandering down the stairs!
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