Armourers Hall Christmas Party EC2
The Armourers & Brasiers’ Company is a Livery Company of the City of London. Founded in 1322 as the Guild of St George of the Armourers, it was awarded its first Royal Charter in 1453 from King Henry VI.
Armourers’ Hall is a unique and ideal setting for all types of functions such as stunning banquets, christmas parties, financial presentations, receptions, wine tastings, formal and informal luncheons etc.
This Christmas if you would like to enjoy a traditional Christmas event surrounded by the history and tradition of a stunning Livery Hall, Armourers’ Hall is one of the best available in the City. This intimate venue is ideal for your end of year dinner, lunch or reception and with a number of different rooms available to hire can accommodate a variety of events and party sizes.
On arrival guests are greeted by the sweeping staircase leading up to the beautiful drawing room and stunning livery hall. Armourers’ Hall is situated on the original site of the ‘Dragon and Shoppes’, on the corner of Coleman Street and London Wall and from as far back as 1346 the company has occupied this property.
What better way to celebrate your Christmas party than at this unique venue!Packages
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Located in the heart of the City of London, seconds away from Moorgate and a short walk from Bank Station, Armourers’ Hall offers an unforgettable and versatile suite of rooms . The Livery Hall, Gold Drawing Room, Court Room and Library are able to cater for major seminars, formal dinners, large receptions, meetings and convivial lunches.
Recently refurbished, the Hall has some of the most magnificent and elegant rooms available for hire in London, each one packed with historical interest, providing a perfect backdrop for a wide range of events.
Theatre Style Presentations or Receptions: 125
Lunches or Dinners: Banquet style: 85
Informal Style: 100 (10 tables of 10)
It has a public-address system with 4 speakers and a grand piano and there are 14 electrical sockets in the room
Gold Drawing Room
Theatre Style Presentations: 70
Receptions before Lunch or Dinner: 100
Lunches or Dinners: 50
Meetings, Lunches and Dinners: 20
Lunches and Dinners: 10
Drinks Reception: 20