Ironmongers' Hall is one of the Great 12 Livery companies of the City of London and as such is regularly visited by royalty, heads of state as well as CEO's and senior directors of Blue Chip companies.
- AV Capabilities
- Internet Access
- Onsite Restaurant
- Other Decor
- Space (Outdoor)
- Space (Private)
- Table Linens
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Dance Floor
Alcohol and Catering
- Alcohol Allowed
- Onsite Catering
- Onsite Kitchen
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If the Customer wishes to cancel the Rooms and/or Catering Services or reduce the number of the guests then the Customer will give the Hall notice in writing. Notice is only effective on actual receipt by the Hall. In the event of cancellation by the Customer of this Agreement or reduction in number of guests the Customer agrees to pay to the Hall the proportionate cancellation charge in respect of each of the guests in accordance with the schedule below: - The full 50% deposit will be forfeited - Between 1 month and 3 months, 80% of the total estimated charges (including the non refundable deposit) - Under 1 month, 100% of the total estimated charges (including the non refundable deposit) If within the above mentioned notice period, the Client cancels the Function the Client shall be obliged to pay a cancellation charge equal to the total estimated revenue (inclusive of VAT) attributable to the Function and for this purpose the Hall shall be entitled to treat any prepayment as a cancellation charge and to retain it as such. The Hall may in addition charge to the Client any third party costs incurred by the Hall (to the extent non-refundable) in respect of goods or services, which are no longer required as a result of the cancellation.
Event insurance may be required.
The venue is full of ancient portraits and furniture and so we ask our clients to use their common sense when putting up banners or exhibitions stands. Their may be occasions when we will ask clients to move a stand if it could fall over and damage something. Apart from this, there are no other main restrictions, as we happily allow red wine in all our rooms.
The Ironmongers purchased their first Hall in Fenchurch Street in 1457 and built their second Hall on the same site in 1587. The Company's third Hall, built in 1750, was one of the few buildings in London to be bombed in the First World War. The present Hall was completed on a new site in Aldersgate Street in 1925. The Hall has featured in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Spooks, Kavanagh QC and Poirot