Events company Camm & Hooper will launch its fourth venue this December, the Victorian Bath House.

Erected in 1895, the Grade II-listed Victorian Bath House is located near London’s Liverpool Street station in Bishopsgate Churchyard. The original building housed a Turkish Bath, and has survived the Blitz and office redevelopment projects in the area.

As a new events space, the Bath House will accommodate up to 150 guests. It is currently undergoing refurbishment over the next four months, with interior specialists Russell Sage Studios overseeing the restoration of the historical features.

“We are delighted to add the Victorian Bath House to our portfolio,” said Claire Lawson, managing director of Camm & Hooper. “This quirky, unique site, which will be lovingly restored by our design partner RSS, is brilliantly located close to Liverpool Street station and is ideal for smaller day and evening events. It’s a perfect Camm & Hooper venue.”