Hoare Memorial Hall
About the Hoare Memorial Hall
Steeped in history, the Hoare Memorial Hall has a stately atmosphere and played host to the House of Commons for a period during the Second World War. Its elegant oak-panelling, Art Deco Chandeliers, built-in stage and gallery gives the room a strong personality.
- Full wheelchair accessibility
- Air conditioning
- Natural daylight
- Hard wired interconnectivity with all other rooms
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Includes a small breakout room seating 8 people
- Built-in stage
- Private gallery
- Web-streaming and live broadcasting available
The Hoare Memorial Hall is often used in conjunction with the Assembly Hall and is a stunning venue for conferences, seminars, receptions and dinners.