Brewers’ Hall, refurbished in 2011, is located in Aldermanbury Square, an oasis amongst the high rise modernity of the City of London. This welcome open space can be found between the Guildhall and London Wall. The Brewers’ Company is one of the oldest of the City of London Guilds or Livery Companies with origins dating back to the medieval period.
From the cool marble of the ground floor lobby an oak staircase leads to a circular reception area on the first floor. Here the principal rooms interconnect to form an adaptable space consisting of the Committee Room, the Court Room and the Livery Hall.
The wood panelled Hall and Court Room create an air of elegance and sophistication providing a venue suitable for cocktails, presentations, formal lunches or dinner.
Brewers’ Hall is located mid way between the City Airport and the West End. Mainline stations within one mile include City Thames Link, Blackfriars, London Bridge and Liverpool Street. Nearest underground stations are Bank, Moorgate, Mansion House and St Pauls.
the livery hall
With floor to ceiling windows that ensure natural light, the Main Hall creates a sense of history and occasion to enhance any event. The traditional oak wood panelling, together with fine chandeliers, make it the perfect back drop for meetings and receptions.
At a glance:
Canape receptions – up to 120 using the adjoining Court Room
Theatre style presentations – up to 100
Dinners/Lunches – up to 80
the court room
The perfect space for luncheons and boardroom style meetings. The room is wood panelled and has a fireplace of Verona marble which has a Carrara panel of infant Bacchanals by Sir Charles Wheeler PRA.. Communicating doors to the Main Hall form an adaptable space that can be used as an independent meeting space or an extension to the Hall.
At a glance:
Boardroom meetings – up to 20
Theatre – up to 60
Dinners/Lunches – up to 20