Introducing Christ Church Spitalfields, dubbed the St Paul’s Cathedral of the East End! This restored Grade I church is one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Britain and a fabulous event venue.
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In the heart of London’s vibrant East end; Spitalfields Venue is an inspiring destination for private, corporate & charity events.
It’s unique collection of venues includes Hawksmoor’s magnificently restored Baroque masterpiece; Christ church Spitalfields, The Crypt and the historic Huguenot chapel Hanbury Hall.
Within easy reach of the Square Mile, Liverpool Street Station; Spitalfields Venue is a versatile & memorable setting for wedding receptions, dinners, conferences, fashion shows, concerts, exhibitions, filming for between 10 and 600 guests.
Commissioned in the early 18th century; Hawksmoor’s breathtaking masterpiece is a celebrated historic building and a truly inspiring venue. As the central part of the church, the magnificent Nave is a versatile event space that exudes grandeur with clerestory windows, mezzanine galleries and a central hall accented with Tuscan columns. Given its spectacular beauty and central London location, Christ Church is perfect for dinners, concerts, filming locations and receptions.
A cornerstone of Nicholas Hawksmoor’s architectural gem; the lower level ‘Crypt’ was built along with the church in 1729. Contrary to the name might suggest; this surprisingly light and airy space has been recently re-designed to incorporate the historic stone foundations of the original structure with modern light oak panelling and underfloor heating. With soundproof folding walls, it can be used as one large reception space or split into a compact conference room.
Built in 1719, Hanbury Hall has a rich and eclectic history. Originally a French Huguenot church, it has been utilized through the ages for many noteworthy events such as public readings by Charles Dickens and the meeting place for the 1888 Match girls strike. Magnificently renovated into a diverse venue space; it boasts high ceilings and windows to bathe the room in natural daylight. A recent restoration and makeover has seamlessly combined the contemporary Spitalfields style with the heart of a national heritage building.
Christ Church was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor and built between 1714 and 1729 as part of the Fifty New Churches Act of 1711.
|The Nave - Reception||600|
|The Nave - Banqueting||250|
|The Nave - Theatre||350|
|The Nave - Cabaret||180|
|The Crypt - Reception||185|
|The Crypt - Banqueting||80|
|The Crypt - Theatre||100|
|The Crypt - Cabaret||60|
|Hanbury Hall - Reception||120|
|Hanbury Hall - Banqueting||70|
|Hanbury Hall - Theatre||80|
|Hanbury Hall - Cabaret||60|