About The Great Hall at St Barts

Situated on the first floor of the North Wing, The Great Hall is St Bartholomew’s Hospital’s main event space. Built in the 1700s, the venue’s original purpose was as a grand location for meetings and banquets, and the Great Hall continues to host weddings, conferences and dinners today. The hall’s charm lies in its artistic history; access to the venue is via the imposing Grand Staircase, complete with painted scenes by William Hogarth. Meanwhile, up to 190 guests can dine beneath the hall’s ornate ceiling – the only known English work of French craftsman Jean Baptiste St Michele – and up to 300 standing guests can mingle below portraits of St Bartholomew, Henry VIII and Edward VII.


Christmas at The Great Hall at St Barts

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Delegates/Guests
Up to 300
Venue Type
Conference centre, Meeting room

Location

Giltspur Street, West Smithfield, , London,

020 3465 5800

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