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Set on Holborn Circus on the western fringe of the City, the site of St Andrew Church has been a place of worship since Roman times. The Sir Christopher Wren-designed structure was built after the
Great Fire of London and restored in the 1960s. Today, the building is also popular for events, with a series of spaces in the church, courthouse and crypt. The Wren interior of the church makes an
atmospheric backdrop for dinners and concerts, while the Crypt itself, excavated in 2001, is a dramatic subterranean space for receptions. At the other end of the spectrum, there’s plenty of
straight-up meeting space, while catering can be supplied by the in-house team or their list of preferred suppliers.
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