Watermens' Hall is a perfect location for conferences and events; our four rooms are full of historical artifacts and unique curiosities leaving us with an incredibly elegant and individual space. With full hire of the hall you will have access to our two larger rooms and two smaller breakout spaces.
One of London's last remaining Livery Halls, Stationers' Hall was completed in 1673. The Hall comprises a suite of characterful, interlinking rooms, along with a Garden, that combine to make the perfect events and conference venue. The Livery Hall is the largest space and has opulent stained glass windows which give an impressive ambience. The Court Room is fabulously elegant and ideal for breakout sessions. The Stock Room joins the two larger spaces and is often used for dancing or drinks. The secluded Garden with its' huge plane tree is an ideal location for a summer event.
Armourers’ Hall is a livery hall that comprises 3 spaces, all of which are full of historic art and artifacts. Including three George II brass chandeliers and a superb copy of the famous Ardebil Persian carpet at the V&A Museum, made for Shah Tahmasp for the mosque in Ardebil. The Dining Hall is ideal for presentations and dinners, the Drawing Room is a superb breakout or reception space, and the Court Room is perfect for board meetings.
For larger events the exclusive hire of Drapers’ Hall is an ideal option. Giving you access to the breath-taking Livery Hall with its twenty-eight marble columns and copy of John Gibson’s The Tinted Venus. The Livery Hall was enlarged to its present size in the 1860s and provides a dramatic location for weddings, product launches and other important private and corporate events. You will also have use of the elegant Court Room and Drawing Room and our opulent stair case and landing.
Located on the lower ground floor, the Livery Hall is quiet and tranquil. It is perfect for meetings, dining and receptions. It is the largest and most modern room at Founders' Hall and features large pothole windows that flood the room with natural light and provide views of the gardens of St Bartholomew the Great. The DDR includes meeting room hire, tea and pastries, mid-morning tea & coffee, fork buffet lunch, afternoon tea, staffing and cutlery, cloak room, basic AV and flip chart.
Nestled in a secluded spot in West Smithfield, one of London's newest Livery Halls houses one of the oldest companies. Haberdashers' Hall is a true one-of-a-kind venue which seamlessly fuses the avante-garde with stately tradition. Designed by celebrated British Architect Sir Michael Hopkins, Haberdashers' Hall combines modern architecture and state of the art technology with traditional materials and building skills to form a 21st century venue of the finest quality and highest standards.
Directly on the River Thames, the Bridge Room is a multi-purpose space suitable for meetings , small conferences and away days. With views over the City, the Bridge Room provides river views for up to 50 of your most important dinner guests, with the adjoining Thames Room for a pre-dinner reception.
A magnificently proportionate room with Corinthian columns of scagliola and richly decorated moulded ceiling. The Livery Hall is an awe-inspiring space for grand dinners, receptions or conferences with the wow factor. Lit by impressive stained-glass windows and four English glass chandeliers, one of the delights of attending an evening event is to see the crystal facets twinkling in the candlelight.