Brewers' Hall

Aldermanbury Square, London, EC2V 7HR
Secreted away on a quiet square in the heart of the City of London, Brewers’ Hall seamlessly blends historical elegance with contemporary flexibility. It offers a centrally located, elegant and adaptable venue suitable for a wide range of events. Entering the building through the graceful marble lobby before climbing the carved oak staircase to the circular reception area will create an impeccable first impression for your guests. From here the function rooms interconnect to form a highly adaptable suite of available space.  

Rooms in Brewers' Hall

  • Livery Hall

    • 120
    • 80
    • 120
    • 82
    • 48
    • 40
    The elegant oak panelled Livery Hall is filled with natural daylight from the windows that overlook the square and the doors and windows feature hand carved architraves, while three beautiful chandeliers hang from the decorated ceiling. The largest room at Brewers Hall, it is highly suited to presentations, conferences, lunches and dinner dances.
  • Court Room

    • 80
    • 50
    • 12
    • 20
    The pine panelled Court Room, furnished with antiques and graced by the Verona marble fireplace of Sir Charles Wheeler, who sculpted the façade on the Bank of England, is a versatile space popular for smaller meetings, lunches or dinners, and as a reception area for the Livery Hall.
  • Committee Room

    • 8
    The small but charming Committee Room offers an ideal place to conduct intimate and one-to-one meetings, or a break out space for speakers or VIP guests. This intimate room also works well as a private cloakroom during events.