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Drapers Hall



Summary

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.

Location

Drapers Hall, Throgmorton Street, The City, London, EC2N 2AN, United Kingdom


Room Summary

Maximum Capacity of Largest Room450
Minimum Capacity of Smallest Room2
Number of Halls0
Number of Meeting Room options4
Number of Guest Room options

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Description

The Drapers' Company is located in the heart of the financial district of the City of London and close to the Bank of England.
Drapers' Hall is on the corner of Throgmorton Street and Throgmorton Avenue and is well served by public transport links, with the nearest tube services running from Bank, Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations. The main line stations London Bridge, Moorgate and Liverpool main line stations are all a short distance away.

Drapers’ Hall boasts magnificent interiors creating a stunning backdrop to every occasion. While steeped in history, the Hall is instantly recognisable from modern films such as The King’s Speech and Goldeneye. Our exquisite in-house catering, and the service provided by our experienced and dedicated team, will ensure that your event is perfect in every way.

The venue can comfortably hold up to 700 guests for a standing reception when using all rooms, 276 for a seated dinner and 300-350 for theatre style presentations or concerts. This makes Drapers’ Hall the perfect location for all types of events.

There are two NCP car parks close by in Finsbury Square and London Wall, as well as parking meters in Finsbury Circus.
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.


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