An image of the Grand Hall completely empty

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An image of a married couple stood within the doorway from the Grand Hall East Corridor into the Grand Hall. They hold hands, the groom on the left wearing a grey suit and pink bow tie, and the bride wearing a long white wedding dress, her train delicately flowing to her side.
A corridor off the Grand Hall, with arches and fire-burnt plaster walls. Through a heavy wooden door on the left hand side, a sliver of the grand hall and the lattice wood ceiling are visible
The Philharmonia Orchestra rehearse in the Grand Hall, with a music stand to themselves, 2 metres away from all other players. At the front is the conductor wearing a suit, and soloist Sheku Kanneh Mason, looking towards the conductor while playing cello, wearing a red check shirt.
Wedding guests socialising in the octagonal hall. The entrance to the Grand Hall bar can be seen.
The grand hall with orange-tinted lighting. People sit at cabaret-style tables at the front, with raked seating behind all the way to the back of the hall


We have a range of Covid-secure measures in place to help keep you and your guests safe.

For more information on Covid Measures in place at the venue please see here.


We have been recognised by the National Tourist Associations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, that we are operating within the COVID-19 Industry Standard; following government and industry COVID-19 guidelines to ensure processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and social/physical distancing.