Announcing our venue Lancaster House
Lancaster House is a part of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Steeped in political history and magnificently preserved, Lancaster House has entertained more heads of state, politicians and celebrities than any other in London. Construction of the house commenced in 1825 for the Duke of York and Albany, son of King George III.
Overlooking Buckingham Palace and next door to St James Palace and the home of the Duke and Duchess of Wales at Clarence House, Lancaster House is one of London’s more prestigious Royal venues.
The High Commission for Pakistan has secured access to this exclusive venue to celebrate Pakistan’s 70 years of independence through a fashion extravaganza.
Getting to the Venue
Address: Stable Yard, St. James's, London SW1A 1BB
Nearest Tube: Green Park (Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly Lines)
Parking: No parking is available at the venue. Trafalgar Car Park at Spring Gardens, St. James's SW1A 2TS or Carrington Street Car Park in Mayfair W1J 7AF are a 10 minute walk away. Limited on-street parking is available on Sundays in the surrounding streets.
Getting into the Venue
Please note that due to the nature of the venue, a strict guest list will be maintained by Riwayat. All guests must be included on the guest list. Further you will be required by the venue to bring photographic ID with you. Admittance will be declined if you do are not named on the guest list or do not have your ID with you on the day.
For details of how you can attend please see our TICKETS page.