Promotional Spaces

Are you an external organisation with an interest in reaching our students on campus? Below you will find all the information you need to know about LSESU Promotional Spaces within the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.

For further information on prices and booking these spaces, please visit our Advertise with Us page.

The Pavilion,
Sheffield Street

The Pavilion, Sheffield Street

Please note these are not society stall bookings - these can be booked through the LSESU ARC:

The Pavilion is the space directly outside the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, underneath the glass canopy.

You can request:

  • Marquees – a maximum of two can be set up in this area upon request
  • Furniture – tables and chairs
  • Power – you must contact LSE Estates directly to arrange this

Bookings in this space must remain under the glass canopy as Sheffield Street is a public road owned by Westminster Council. Therefore, no music can be played in this area and any bookings in this area must keep noise levels to a minimum – unless a licence has been secured from Westminster Council.

While remaining under the glass canopy, every measure must be taken to ensure that no doors or walkways in or out of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre are blocked as they are fire escapes.

1st Floor,
outside the Activities Resource Centre

1st Floor, outside the ARC

This promotional space is situated directly next to the LSESU Denning Learning Café and has a high footfall of students passing through to the Activities Resource Centre, the café and the upper and lower floors of the building.

Because of its location, no food-related promotions are allowed to take place, although food can be bought from the café and given away for free – this must be pre-arranged with the LSESU Events Team.

This space includes a table with 10 chairs, which can be removed if requested.

There is a curtain which can be drawn around the space, closing it off from the café and making the space appropriate for meetings / study space. Please note: this does not make it entirely private and noise will travel to and from the café.