Discreetly tucked away on Devonshire Square, Coopers’ Hall is a delightful Pre-Georgian Town House in the heart of the City of London. The smallest and one of the oldest City Livery Halls with a history of wooden cask making since its origins in the 13th century, Coopers’ Hall is rich with warmth and character. Refurbished but beautifully preserved, this venue provides the perfect location for exclusive lunches, dinners, meetings, conferences and receptions. Though hidden away on a peaceful square, Coopers’ Hall is located just moments away from Liverpool Street Station.

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Christmas at Coopers’ Hall

Traditional Christmas theming turns this intimate townhouse into an elegant yuletide setting for your exclusive Christmas celebration.

Positioned on the delightful Devonshire Square, guests pass through the discrete entrance of Coopers’ Hall to enjoy a sparkling drinks reception in the Court Room, which is rich in warmth and character. The ornate fire place in the historic Dining Room will be dressed in church candles, creating a warm and radiant festive backdrop, where your festive banquet shall be served. Christmas at Coopers’ Hall is truly the most wonderful time of the year.

Rooms in the Coopers’ Hall

Dining Room

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The intimate, refined Dining Room is exquisitely decorated in period style and is the perfect location for exclusive lunches, dinners, meetings, conferences and receptions. The largest of the spaces, it has the capacity to host events for up 22 boardroom style on one table (the set up we recommend), 26 delegates U shape and 50 guests for a reception.

Court Room


The Court Room is an elegant space for boardroom meetings; offering elegance and a sense of refined grandeur – all highly conducive to output from delegates. This ground floor room lends itself to a boardroom style meeting for up to 20 delegates and 25 delegates for a theatre style presentation. Natural daylight flood the space, it is also an ideal option should break out space be required.