Gibson Hall

16:37 Mon 24th May 2010 |

Gibson Hall located in the heart of the City of London, only a stone’s throw away from Liverpool Street and Bank Station, has an impeccable reputation as one of the finest banqueting and conference venues in London. The site has won several corporate hospitality awards for its excellent customer service.

Gibson Hall was completed in 1865 and designed by architect John Gibson, a prominent bank architect. This Grade II listed building was one of the greatest of the City's banking halls and it continues to embody the classical Victorian elegance prevalent at the time.

John Gibson (1814-1892) was an English architect born in Warwickshire. Gibson was an assistant to Sir Charles Barry and assisted him in the drawings of the Houses of Parliament. Gibson is responsible for several churches in and around North Wales, but perhaps his most notable church is St. Margaret's in Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, more popularly known as the Marble Church, Bodelwyddan, consecrated in 1860.

The venue now incorporates many of the facilities required for modern event management and the flexibility of the hall and smaller break out rooms allows clients the freedom to create truly memorable occasions. From prestigious dinner dances to charity events, weddings to cocktails parties and the ever-popular BBQ's, our skilled, highly trained staff can cater for your every need.

Marble columns and gilded domes create a magnificent setting for all events. The main hall hosts conferences and meetings of all kinds supported by audio visual companies who can provide state of the art sound and visual systems. There are 700 square meters of exhibition space throughout the hall.

The Garden Room is perfectly suited to its supporting role to the imposing main hall and overlooks the tranquil garden. Voted the best small garden in the City this secluded space is ideal for summer parties or receptions.

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Contact details for Gibson Hall tel: 020 7334 3983 / 020 7334 3982, fax: 020 7334 3941, e-mail:

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