Your Meeting Place We're a briefcase-throw from King's Cross and St. Pancras stations. We have a 12-person boardroom with coffee and 'Mipads' and biscuits and, thankfully, even more coffee. Plus plasma TV's and projectors. Did we mention coffee? We even have a conference facility round the corner to fit any shape, size or situation. Enquire below, email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3588 0200 [contact-form-7 id="234" title="Contact form 1"]
Halloween At Megaro Death’s door corpse reviver #2 trick or treat martini blood & sand
Remember when Fridays meant hanging by the bike sheds and ticking off plans for the weekend? Those were the days. Bring it all back with Megaro Skiving Fridays. Arrive Thursday, live it up Friday, recover Saturday. And no snitching, okay? Call 0207 843 2222 or email email@example.com to reserve now. Offer valid only when reserving with us directly. Subject to availability. Advance purchase only. Room only, applicable Thursday night to Saturday morning only.
Tough week right? You know what you need. That’s right, three nights of relaxation. Or three days of refuelling. Or perhaps three days of recovering. We’ve got your long weekend covered. Call 0207 843 2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve now. Offer valid only when reserving with us directly. Subject to availability. Advance purchase only. Room only, applicable Friday night to Monday morning only.
Think summer but richer, deeper and all about flavour. Yes we’re still talking about cocktails. 0203 432 5150 email@example.com www.megarobar.co.uk
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This Way Up Photography installation at Megaro Bar by Henry Thomas in collaboration with K&i Design Studio The concept of the installation is based on contradictions and juxtapositions. Taking the location of the space into consideration, This Way Up enables you to descend into a world above. The style of photography, graphic elements, merged images and contrasting expressions work together to create a different view of our environment. A place where opposites meet...where city meets country, where images meet words. A new space, where up is down and down