Meeting & Events 

MR1: The Boardroom
MR1: The Boardroom

The Boardroom is elegant and ideal for both executive and creative meetings. Comfortably seating 14 in the boardroom this unique space is spacious and charming. A screen and Apple TV are available along with complimentary beverages. Hi-Speed internet is available throughout the building.

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MR2: The Blackroom
MR2: The Blackroom

he Blackroom, despite its name, is a bright and vibrant room, seating up to 8 in a boardroom configuration. A screen and Apple TV are available along with complimentary beverages. Hi-Speed internet is available throughout the building.

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MR3: The Room
MR3: The Room

The is a bright and vibrant room, seating up to 8 in a boardroom configuration. A screen and Apple TV are available along with complimentary beverages. Hi-Speed internet is available throughout the building.

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MR4: Convocation Hall
MR4: Convocation Hall

Large enough to accommodate meetings, smaller conferences and workshops, yet with an intimate atmosphere suited to press conferences and dinner, the Convocation Hall combines grace and history. The room housed the House of Lords for periods during WWII. A low stage at one end of the room is framed by classically inspired arch details, with a private seated upper gallery at the other end.

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MR5: Harvey Goodwin Suite
MR5: Harvey Goodwin Suite

Modern and spacious, the Harvey Goodwin Suite is a self-contained room with the latest facilities. Its large and secondary glazed windows allow for plenty of natural daylight, whilst keeping the room sound-proofed. It is directly linked to the Robert Runcie Room, which can be used as a breakout space. The Harvey Goodwin Suite is situated close to the Great Smith Street entrance, making it easily accessible for guest

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MR6: Hoare Memorial Hall
MR6: Hoare Memorial Hall

Steeped in history, the Memorial Hall has a stately atmosphere and played host to the House of Commons for a period during WWII. Its elegant oak-panelling, art-deco chandeliers, built-in stage and gallery gives the room a strong personality. The hall is often used in conjunction with the Assembly Hall and is an alternative venue for conferences, seminars, receptions and dinners.

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MR7: Grade II listed Assembly Hall
MR7: Grade II listed Assembly Hall

Built in 1939 the stunning Grade II listed Assembly Hall was designed by Sir Herbert Baker. Natural light streams through the 15 arched windows onto the gallery level, but can be darkened if required. The polished English oak panelling and emblems sit beneath the room’s architectural focal point – a striking 30 foot glass dome. The dome shape of the Assembly Hall can be configured to accommodate a theatre style conference for up to 600, dinner for 372 or reception for 550.

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MR8: Butterfly Room
MR8: Butterfly Room

The Butterfly Room can cater for up to 20 guests. This room contains over 3,000 beautiful butterflies to accompany you whilst you are having your meeting or get together.

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MR9: Long Acre, Covent Garden
MR9: Long Acre, Covent Garden

In London's iconic West End, in the middle of the vibrant Covent Garden is a strikingly beautiful and thoughtfully designed event space that provides the perfect atmosphere for your event needs. The venue comes fully furnished with a full AV set up, pantry and beautiful terrace, an open plan bar and kitchen area as well as generous seating.

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MR10: The 16th Floor, Waterloo
MR10: The 16th Floor, Waterloo

The 16th Floor venue is located conveniently just minutes from London’s Waterloo Station, on the South Bank of the River Thames. The venue boasts a spacious terrace, with 180-degree views of the River Thames, perfect for al fresco events; from drinks receptions and product launches to meetings and conferences this versatile space provides the perfect backdrop. This spectacular location is available for private hire, giving you exclusive access to host your event high above the city.

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