The Great Hall is one of the foremost acoustic venues in London and is frequently used by orchestras. Originally a parade ground, it was created in 1891 and based on a design by J.W. Penfold.
It is an incredibly versatile space which has hosted a multitude of events, including live television broadcasts, debates, recitals, concerts, graduation ceremonies, meetings, conferences and exhibitions. It can seat up to 580 people in the auditorium and 140 in the balcony.
Refectory & Balcony
Close to the Great Hall, the split-level Refectory offers a large space for lunches, dining and exhibitions. It has a video wall, free seating, and sits over 250 for a self-service buffet.
The Balcony has been recently refurbished as a social learning space, and is available to book in the evenings during term time (subject to availability).
Term Time: 19h30 – 22h00
Out of Term Time: 15h30 – 22h00
The cinema can seat up to 101 people and is perfect for presentations and lectures. It has a PA system, screen, projector and computer.
This Cinema is available to book via Conference Services in term-time between 09h00 – 17h00. Outside of these hours, the Cinema can only be hired in agreement with Curzon, who manage the screen outside of these times.