Built by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London, this iconic building is now a popular location for events, with a series of spaces to hire in the church, courthouse and crypt. The church itself is an atmospheric backdrop for dinners and concerts, while the crypt is a dramatic subterranean space for receptions. There’s also plenty of straight-up meeting space, while catering can be provided by the in-house team or from preferred suppliers.
This room is one of our most popular spaces because of its versatility; it is suited to presentations, team away days, and meetings. When hired in conjunction with the Marsden room, the two adjoining spaces make up the St Andrew suite.
Wi-Fi and basic AV hire is complimentary.
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The Wren church on Holborn viaduct has become an iconic part of the landscape of the City. As well as being a site of worship for over 1,000 years, St Andrew Holborn is a go to venue for fashion shows, banquets, concerts, and conferences - to name but a few.
Our largest conference room boasts a wonderful hammer beam ceiling, and large windows overlooking the historic Wren church. However, the pièce de résistance of this room is the original Jacobean fireplace. This room is suitable for dinners, receptions and meetings. The adjoining Panel room can be used as a breakout space.
Following a complete refurbishment in 2015, the space is now equipped with an 80" monitor. ?Wi-Fi and basic AV hire is complimentary, with a spider phone available at an additional cost.?
When the crypt was excavated in 2001, shards of Roman pottery dating back to 150 AD were unearthed. Today, this underground blank canvas provides a gothic backdrop for theatre shows, art exhibitions, parties, and video game launches. With seven bays at your disposal you can let your imagination run away with you.
As the other half of the St Andrew suite, the Marsden Room is regularly used as a convenient break out space from Archive room meetings. It also frequently serves as a drinks reception room for private dining events in the Court room.
A portrait of William Marsden hangs in one of the alcoves - a nod to the Church's history - and the room's large windows overlook the Church courtyard.
So named because of its wall of intricately engraved mahogany panelling, this room is a cosy setting for small meetings or interviews. Not only do the large windows fill the room with natural light, but they also offer a magnificent view of the iconic Wren church.
Inside one of the Church turrets, this room sits nestled amongst the trees with a view of Holborn Viaduct through the leaves. Its unusual round windows in dual aspect - plus the domed skylight - allow for plenty of natural light.
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"The LGSW have had two concerts at St. Andrew's and we couldn't have had lovelier experiences. The space is breathtakingly gorgeous with a fantastic acoustic and the staff are beyond helpful. I highly recommend St. Andrew's Holborn!"
Erik Tomlin, London Gay Symphonic Winds
Icon has been holding meetings at St Andrew for many years now. Our bookings and all of the complexities of the events are handled with friendliness and efficiency. We love the Court Room which has been restored to its original 19th century high gothic appearance. It chimes with our mission to conserve our heritage and make it accessible to people.I would recommend St Andrew to anyone looking for a beautiful environment in which to hold an event.
Alison Richmond ACR FIIC, CEO, Icon