Church House Westminster is located within historic Dean’s Yard and offers beautiful views overlooking Westminster Abbey. The Grade II listed events venue was designed by renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker and used by Parliament during parts of the Second World War.

Today it offers 19 versatile event spaces that combines traditional oak panelling, raw stone and feature windows with modern event technology, including a 4K projection system. It is this approach that has seen Church House shortlisted for Most innovative and tech-friendly venue at this year’s Event Technology Awards.

An award-winning in-house event coordinator team arranges over 800 events a year, which ranges from the large and impressive to the small and intimate including conferences, awards dinners, corporate receptions, exhibitions, filming, product launches, Christmas parties and AGMs.

The in-house audio-visual team of expert technicians will work closely with you to create the perfect staging, lighting and sound for your event. With a selection of 4K, UHD and HD screen options throughout the venue, it offers event organisers huge flexibility and the very latest AV technology. AV services on offer include video and event production which utilises cutting edge event technology and ensures professional high definition videos and web streaming.

The largest space, the Assembly Hall features 32ft height ceilings and a striking 30-foot glass dome. The dome shape of the Assembly Hall can be configured to accommodate a theatre style conference for up to 600, dinner for 372 or reception for 550 and in addition benefits from a series of adjacent breakout rooms for catering, exhibition areas and plenary sessions.

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