Painters’ Hall is a stunning and historical venue, combining unique art and valued heritage. Home to The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers’, Painters’ Hall offers an accessible central London location and substantial ‘in house’ facilities including plasma screens, staging and Fibre Optic Broadband for all your conference needs.
Painters’ Hall first hall was donated by Alderman Sir John Browne, Sergeant-Painter to Henry VIII in 1532, It was subsequently re-built but was destroyed by enemy action in 1941.
The Hall was destroyed in the Great Fire of September 1666. But earlier during the conflagration Charles II is reported to have rested in it after viewing the approaching destruction.
A stained glass window depicting the Arms of Charles II in the Court Room is believed to commemorate this visit
THE LIVERY HALL
The largest and grandest of the three rooms at Painters’ Hall, the Livery Hall is a fantastic space for conferences, banquets or wedding receptions. It can accommodate a reception for up to 320 guests on the building's first floor, approached via an oak staircase as well as a modern lift providing disabled access.
THE COURT ROOM
The walls and displays of the Court Room chronicle the fascinating history of the Painter-Stainers’ Livery Company. Royal Charters granted to the Company by Elizabeth I, James II, George VI and Elizabeth II, together with a wide collection of historical portraits and other items relating to notable events in times past, adorn these walls. There is also evidence in these rooms of the Painter-Stainers’ skills as grainers and marblers.
THE PAINTED CHAMBER
Accommodating just 16 people around its polished wooden boardroom table, the style and history of the Painted Chamber provides enchanting and intimate surroundings for special occasions such as business meetings, small lunches or private dining. Some of the most important treasures of Painters' Hall are located in this room.
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