The 3 best converted church events venues in London


St Barnabas

St Barnabas is quite a contemporary church, built in 1910.  Particularly suited to corporate events due to the layout and amount of space on offer, you have a main space with a maximum capacity of 300 people, the Lower Hall holds 120, and the Upper Hall 90.  Completely blank canvas, the stone walls in the main space are bathed in plenty of natural light from the towering clear-glass windows, and both the lower and upper halls provide uninterrupted floor space and good power connections as well as lots of daylight.  With plenty of options as to where to serve food, where to have live music and how you’d like to lay out your function, this venue is also highly affordable and great value for money.


Dutch Hall 

This is a truly stunning, high end and sought-after venue for all kinds of events.  The Great Hall holds up to 300 people, and features a stunning tiled floor, lavish chandeliers, original stained glass windows and a beautiful church organ.  This is a highly versatile space as there are also two break out rooms – the light, airy and contemporary Reception room (200 people) and the intimate, cosy and private Library (26 people).  Dutch Hall dates back to 1550, but is now very much a modern venue.  It has been restored and refurbished sympathetically, retaining much of its historical charm but offering state of the art contemporary conveniences and a particularly stylish backdrop for evening events.


St. Paul’s Cathedral

This is London’s ultimate church venue, and it holds a hidden gem of for hosting events.  The Crypt of this magnificent building has been converted into a stunning events space.  You have all the arches, pillars and exposed stone that you’d typically expect from a converted church, but being set underground, there’s barely any natural light and much lower ceilings.  This makes for a whole other kind of atmosphere – darker, more magical, and able to instantly be ‘coloured in’ and customised with carefully placed lighting on the white walls.  A truly spectacular events space, up to 350 people can enjoy an evening of wining, dining and dancing in the underbelly of this almighty landmark.


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