Covent Garden, West Central London
Among its variety of spaces, the building features the Grand Temple (seating 1,600), as well as Board and Committee Rooms and administrative offices. It is indeed one of the finest Art Deco buildings in England, now listed Grade II* internally and externally.
This exclusive venue with a beautiful interior, marbled staircases, ornate corridors and impressive unique rooms is one of the top locations for prestigious events including film premieres, opening night parties for West End Shows, Fashion Shows, award Ceremonies, Concerts, Product Launches and press conferences . Over the years it has quietly built an enviable reputation for its seamless professionalism in its ability to serve the varying needs of discerning clients.
Its striking yet versatile Grade II* listed architecture lend also the hall to the double purpose of a photographic or film set for everything from Hollywood blockbusters to landmark TV shows.
Surprisingly, the Hall, built in the years between 1927 and 1932 as a memorial to Freemasons who died in the First World War, still serves as the principal meeting place for Masonic Lodges in London.
This welcoming venue features a rare and precious combination of diverse functionality alongside unique visual characteristics and quirky charm.
1,200 Maximum drinks reception
250 Maximum seated dinner
1,000 Maximum conference theatre style