Glaziers’ Hall

Situated between the River Thames, and London’s cultural Southbank and Borough Market, with unrivaled views over the City, Glaziers Hall offers seven flexible event spaces ideal for corporate events, presentations, conferences, receptions, and dinners.

Capacities

  • Reception
    300
  • Theatre
    300
  • Dinner
    220
Reception event
Court room
guests at events

History

First recorded in the 1328 list of Guilds, The Worshipful Company of Glaziers achieved the Grant of Arms in 1558 and was first recorded in the 1328 list of Guilds and were responsible for the build of Glaziers’ Hall.

Today’s Glazier’s Hall was built in 1808 as a warehouse, with the previous hall having been destroyed 300 years earlier in 1666 during the Great Fire of London. Its current home is situated next to London Bridge and the ‘Nancy Steps’ made famous by Charles Dickens’