Apothecaries’ Hall is one of the oldest Livery Halls in the city of London, with a fascinating history. Amongst the famous people to pass through the Hall, Agatha Christie ( who back in 1917 was studying to become a qualified pharmaceutical assistant) had to sit 3 exams at Apothecaries’ Hall!
Today the Hall has 5 distinct spaces that can be hired for a wide range of events. The Great Hall, with a carved screen at one end and the Minstrels’ Gallery at the other, is perfect for conferences, dinners and receptions.
The Court Room is a beautiful oak-panelled room with stained glass windows. This room can be hired on it’s own or in conjunction with the Parlour.
The Parlour is a carpetted room with a wall to wall showcase full of old apothecary jars and pill tiles.
The Courtyard has recently been refurbished and offers a light, paved space for drinks receptions and corporate parties. The Great Hall is offered in conjunction with the Courtyard as a wet weather option.
The Shop, with it’s champagne bar and roaring fire, is a recent addition. It has it’s own entrance and French doors opening onto the courtyard. Perfect for after-work drinks!
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