The British Library

The British Library

Reasons.London will take place in the wonderful British Library. The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and the largest library in the world by number of items catalogued. It holds well over 150 million items from many countries.

Situated only yards from King’s Cross Station, our venue is very easy to get to, with plenty of great social hang-outs (pubs!), places to stay and eat, a ton of history, and one of Britain's most easy to get to locations in London!

You can find the The British Library here:
96 Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2DB.



King's Cross

The King’s Cross St Pancras transport hub links six London Underground lines with two national National Rail stations and Eurostar. And with Euston Station just a five minute walk away, the UK’s major cities are within easy reach.

London’s five international airports are within an hour – with direct services to Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton. Add 14 bus lines and a bike interchange, and you have a location that’s unrivalled for connections – locally, nationally and internationally.


If you are new to London, then you have come to a great city! Planning on doing some exporing? We recommend you get yourself a Travelcard.

Travelcards will allow you on underground trains, overground trains and buses and trams within the city, and tickets can be bought for one day or longer.


King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria.

Travel times:
Euston – 2 mins, Oxford Circus – 5 mins, Liverpool St – 8 mins, Bank – 9 mins, Victoria – 9 mins, Charing Cross – 12 mins, Paddington – 13 mins, Waterloo – 15 mins, Canary Wharf – 22 mins


The black cab is as much a feature of the London cityscape as the red double-decker bus.

  • Cabs are available for hire when the yellow sign above the windscreen is lit; just stick your arm out to signal one.
  • Fares are metered.
  • Fares are more expensive in the evenings and overnight.


Need some help? Directions? Need some resources to make your trip easy? King's Cross has it's own website with everything from how to get there, to where to get breakfast!

If that site is not enough, you can also try Time Out, or TripAdvisor.


King’s Cross might be best known for King’s Cross and St Pancras stations (and Harry Potter’s Platform 9¾), but recent regeneration has made the area flourish. Restaurants nearby feature everything from British to Ethiopian cuisine.

Going out for a meal in King's Cross should be so much more than grabbing something at a station stall before catching your train, though you'll need to know where you're heading to find something special. Here is a list of restaurants near King's Cross.


You will not have to walk too far to find, coffee shop or a pub! If you fancy a pint, King's Cross has bars & pubs everywhere! Within 100 metres of the venue there are several!

If, you would rather have a coffee, you will not have to walk more than a couple of minutes to find somewhere!