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Tucked away in Aldermanbury Square, just behind London Wall, the present Brewers’ Hall is the third to be built on the original 17th-century site. From the cool marble of the ground-floor lobby, an
oak staircase leads to a circular reception area on the first floor. Here, the three principal rooms – the Livery Hall, Court Room and Committee Room – interconnect. The 120-capacity, oak-panelled
Livery Hall has large windows overlooking the square, while the pine-panelled Court Room, furnished with antiques and a marble fireplace, provides a more intimate space. The Committee Room is ideal
as a registration area or for smaller meetings. Chester Boyd is the preferred caterer.
Information on Christmas Parties at Brewers' Hall
Information on Weddings at Brewers' Hall
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