Drapers’ Hall

Drapers’ Hall is a breath taking space surrounded by twenty-eight marble columns and graced by Richard Belt’s statue Hypatia as well as a copy of John Gibson’s The Tinted Venus. Their Court Room is a hugely impressive space with much of the frieze surviving from the early 18th century and chandeliers also dating back to the seventeen hundreds.

Address: Throgmorton Ave, London, EC2N 2DQ

Type: Livery Hall

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Spaces

  • icon1 Number of Spaces 5
  • icon7 Reception 700
  • icon15 Dinner 276
  • icon10 Theatre Style 350
  • icon13 Cabaret 140
  • icon4 Whole Venue 700
  • Buzzwords

    Banqueting; Historic; Chandeliers; Marble Columns; Decadent

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