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30 July 2014
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The British Library

020 7412 5528

96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

London

Key Venue Details

  • Function Rooms: 11
  • Max Meeting: 255
  • Max Dinner: 200
  • Max Reception: 255
  • Outdoor Capacity: 280
  • Day delegate rate: From £65

Venue Review of The British Library

Located next to St Pancras International, and within walking distance of King’s Cross and Euston stations, The British Library is well connected to the capital and the continent. As the largest building constructed in the UK during the 20th century, it maintains a very British identity. And this goes for food – catered by Peyton Events – as well as architecture. Inside, it houses a 240-capacity state-of-the-art conference centre and a range of meeting spaces, such as the Dickens and Bronte rooms, in addition to a wealth of artefacts that includes the Magna Carta. The venue can accommodate evening receptions and dinners, as well as barbecues in the Terrace restaurant, which has space for 280 guests.

Capacities

Function RoomMeetingDinnerReception
Auditorium255--
Foyer of Conference Centre-70255
Chaucer Room604050
Bronte Room A & B706060
Bronte Room A303040
Bronte Room B202025
Dickens Room252025
Eliot Room605580
King-80200
Terrace Restaurant-200200

Capacities

Function RoomMeetingDinnerReception
Auditorium255--
Foyer of Conference Centre-70255
Chaucer Room604050
Bronte Room A & B706060
Bronte Room A303040
Bronte Room B202025
Dickens Room252025
Eliot Room605580
King-80200
Terrace Restaurant-200200

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