The Dutch Hall, London EC2N
Opened for commercial events for the first time in 500 years, The Dutch Hall is a stunning Grade II events space in the heart of the Square Mile. This beautifully renovated church dates back to 1550 yet has modern features and facilities. The Dutch Hall offers 4,574sqft/425sqm of glorious event space divided into two floors with soaring ceilings, stained-glass feature windows and stone architecture throughout. These features all help to make the venue an outstanding event location among the variety of London venue hire choices in the City of London.
The Dutch Hall is supported by a well-equipped and modern catering kitchen, spotless facilities and elegant reception space. With all the latest technology, sound system and AV included in most hire fees, the venue is perfect for events wanting to create a real wow. Conferences, awards ceremonies, lavish parties and weddings to name a few. As a wedding venue in London, The Dutch Hall offers the unusual combination of being licensed to conduct church weddings, to register weddings in its Church Register and be able to hold wedding receptions in the same venue.
The history of the Dutch Church dates back to 1550 when Edward VI gave permission to the Dutch, French and Flemish refugees to take shelter and live in the Church. The original building was sketched by Dutch Master Van Gogh during his time in London at the end of the 1800s. The current building was designed by Arthur Bailey to restore the Church in 1954 after WWII Blitz bomb damage and, along with the original medieval building, marks a half-millennium of Anglo-Dutch cooperation.
Moorgate, Bank and Liverpool Street stations with their wide variety of Underground, overground rail and DLR connections are all within easy walking distance, as are frequent buses serving routes through the City.
Capacities: Theatre 250 / Cabaret 180 / Dining 200 / Reception 380
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