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    Plaisterers’ Hall

    EC2Y 5JU

    One of the largest Livery Halls in London, Plaisterers’ Hall offers the perfect space for parties, presentations, business conferences, dinners & seminars.

    One of the largest Livery Halls in London, Plaisterers’ Hall offers the perfect space for parties, presentations, business conferences, dinners & seminars.

    The venue has a range of different sized rooms, each of which offers unrivalled flexibility for events.

    Plaisterers’ Hall proudly boasts elegant and beautifully finished neo-classical décor throughout. Main space, The Great Hall, is destined to impress with its corniced ceilings hanging with the finest gold chandeliers and floor length windows.

    The adjoining rooms are equally as fine, and provide ideal additional spaces for large parties or ceremony events, or, as individual spaces for smaller business meetings or intimate dinners.

    An in-house event management team will be on-hand to cater for any bespoke requirements, leaving you to relax and enjoy your event. They are supported by on-site technical staff, who can provide an extensive range of audiovisual equipment to light up your party, enhance your business meeting or present your charity’s achievements.

    Professional conference and meeting services include satellite links, WiFi, video conferencing facilities and on-site technical support. For presentations, a full-size back projection set is available in the Great Hall or a plasma screen can be used for smaller meetings.

     

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    Plaisterers’ Hall opened as one of the largest and premium Livery Halls in London in 1972. The neo-classical style décor was created by Robert Adam in the C18th and carefully reproduced throughout.

    The Plaisterers’ Company’s first hall was bequeathed to the Company by William Elder in 1556 but was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. The Company’s second hall was built three years later in 1669 from the design of Sir Christopher Wren but tragically also destroyed by fire in 1882.

    Dinner 20-374
    Buffet/Reception 150-600
    Conference 40-400