Camm & Hooper to open six-storey Soho restaurant, bar and events space

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Six Storeys on Soho will combine permanent restaurant and bars with events space
Six Storeys on Soho will combine permanent restaurant and bars with events space

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Event and hospitality group Camm & Hooper has taken on town house building in London's Soho which it plans to turn into a restaurant, bar and events space. 

Six Storeys on Soho, as it will be known, will be Camm & Hooper's fifth site and will continue the company's focus of combining permanent restaurant and bar spaces with changing event spaces. 

Opening this autumn, the building at 11 Soho Square, will house a ground and first floor restaurant and bar with four individual floors available for hire for events. 

Camm & Hooper managing director Claire Lawson said: "It’s fantastic to be part of the local, creative and media community. Together with our events and hospitality team we are really looking forward to creating a very special experience in the heart of Soho and London’s West End - and to bringing our own indulgent escapade to life at Six Storeys on Soho.” 

The company, formed by Lawson and funded by The Imbiba Partnership, has carved its niche as an operator of mixed formats.

Its first two sites - Tanner & Co and Tanner Warehouse opened on London's Bermondsey Street in 2012 with its  third site - Banking Hall conference centre - opening in Cornhill in May 2014 followed by The Victorian Bath House at Liverpool Street in December 2015. 

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