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Venue price From £84 per person
Venue capacity 35 - 700 people

Spaces at Drapers' Hall


The Court Dining Room dates back to the part of the Hall rebuilt immediately after the Great Fire. The ceiling painting of Jason and The Golden Fleece by Felix-Joseph Barrias was installed in 1868-9. The Drawing room was designed and decorated between 1866 and 1870 and has elaborate plasterwork, wall hangings, upholstered sofas and chairs and chimneypiece. The Drawing Room will be used for your meeting with dining hosted in the Court Dining Room.


The Livery Hall is a breath taking space surrounded by twenty-eight marble columns and graced by Richard Belt’s statue Hypatia and a copy of John Gibson’s The Tinted Venus. Our Court Room is a hugely impressive space with much of the frieze surviving from the early 18th century and chandeliers also dating back to the seventeen hundreds. Catering layout will depend on the number of delegates.


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.

About Drapers' Hall


Located in the heart of the City of London, Drapers’ Hall provides a majestic setting for any event. On the site of the present Drapers’ Hall, once part of the Augustinian Priory, Thomas Cromwell built his palace in the 1530s. After his execution, the property was purchased by the Guild of Drapers in 1543 from Henry VIII.