Conway Hall, Brockway Room

25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL

Conway Hall, Brockway Room

25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL

88% would book it again
Typically responds within 4 hrs
CB

Capacity and Layout

28 - 70

Boardroom

Boardroom

28

Classroom

Classroom

36

Cabaret

Cabaret

40

Theatre

Theatre

70

Restaurant

Restaurant

Open space

Open space

60

Amenities

Description

Built in 1929 and now Grade II listed, Conway Hall is a landmark of London's independent intellectual, political and cultural life. Our Main Hall plays host to a wide variety of events from conferences and lectures to concerts, dance classes, drama, festivals, film screenings, charity fundraisers, filming location and more. Open seven days a week, the building offers a unique blend of historical charm combined with a distinct choice of rooms for hire.

The Brockway Room is ideal for your room hire requirements. It has a seating capacity of 70 and is perfect for meetings, lectures, and even exhibitions with its specifically designed skylight which floods the room in natural daylight.

Opening hours

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Ratings & Reviews

Rosemary DuckworthApril 3rd, 2020

A strangely old fashioned building reminiscent of parish halls in the provinces. It is much larger than that though. It is run by the south place ethical society and provides a venue for all sorts of groups of people to hold meetings, conferences etc also big enough for dancing. Different room sizes are available and there is a larger hall with a gallery. There is a great library on the first floor which is open to the public on certain weekdays but not at the weekend covering subjects such as. economic politics philosophy etc

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Joe LonsdaleApril 3rd, 2020

A little tatty and old fashioned but thank goodness places like this still exist to serve the community and offer a good value place to host events.

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jeff benjaminApril 3rd, 2020

A long-established ethical organisation headquartered in this 1920's Art-Deco-ish building promoting and hosting lectures, talks, exhibitions, workshops, live music and a library. The renowned 'Sunday Concert' music recitals are varied, unfussy and set in a hall with surprisingly excellent acoustics. An exemplar - here there's much to admire and absorb.

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Cecilia RiversApril 3rd, 2020

A friendly meeting and concert hall, bright and accessible, full of interesting events. Very central, great transport connections

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Imogen DanielsApril 3rd, 2020

I love the Sunday concerts at this uniquely old-fashioned place. However the heating is very inadequate in cold weather. It was zero degrees outside and the radiators upstairs (at least) weren't even switched on. Some people sat with their gloves and woolly hats on and/or scarves around their faces.

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Cancel within 48 hours: VenueScanner guarantees 100% refund of first deposit on payments made through us. Up to £500 maximum.

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