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The Livery Hall is, without doubt, one of the most breath-taking spaces in London boasting an astonishing number of unique features and treasures.

Everything housed under the stunning Gothic barrel-vaulted ceiling with its stained-glass windows and hanging brass candelabra.

The latter have been in constant use since the 1750’s and, together with the silver Men-at-Arms table candelabra, make Armourers’ Hall one of the only two Livery Halls where guests dine by candle light.

The Hall has a grand piano, a public-address system with 4 speakers and 14 electrical sockets.

Maximum Numbers 

  • Theatre Style Presentations or Receptions: 125
  • Lunches or Dinners: 100
  • Banquet style: 85 
  • Informal Style: 100 (10 tables of 10)