With a series of elegant interconnecting rooms filled with warmth and natural light, Barber-Surgeons’ Hall is a perfect place for various celebrations.
The Great Hall
The Great Hall
A glorious room, panelled with Japanese Oak and opening directly onto the Terrace. Lit with Waterford crystal chandeliers and bowed towards the West, the Hall is dominated by a magnificent Holbein painting of Henry VIII uniting the Barbers’ and Surgeons’ Companies in 1541. Capacities 120 seated, 250 standing.
|Room||Table Layout||Seating Capacity|
|Great Hall||Up to 12 round tables of 10 guests per table.||120|
|Great Hall||Top table and sprigs.||132|
|Great Hall||Theatre style rows of 12 chairs with an aisle on either side and centrally.||150|
Approached through the welcoming and elegant Foyer, the Reception Room is ideal as a break out space, reception room prior to lunch or dinner, a meeting room or dining room. The room is bright, beautifully furnished, housing the Barbers’ Company’s collection of barbers’ bowls and provides an interesting and inspiring backdrop.
Capacities 40 seated, 100 standing
A paved, gated Terrace running the full length of the Great Hall and overlooking the Barbers’ Physic Garden and a section of the original London Wall offers wonderful al fresco entertaining opportunities. As early evening reception space or a break out area for conferencing, this is an outstanding asset to the venue.
An intimate, book lined anteroom off the Foyer and adjacent to the Court Room, the Charter Room houses the Company’s Royal charters and is ideal for meetings, smaller dinners and break out space. A glorious polished dining table seating up to 12 serves as a centrepiece to the room.