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Hire BMA House ~ Great Hall

Wifi

Audiovisual

Audiovisual

High powered data projector, LED display monitors for top table, Up to 9 top table/roving microphones.

Parking

Public transport

Catering

Extra space / Overnight

Disabled access
Air conditioning
Lectern
Stage
Cloakroom
Print/Scan/Copy

Boardroom

Classroom

120

Cabaret

160

Theatre

294

Restaurant

Open space

320

About Great Hall

Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP

Home to the British Medical Association since 1925, the house was designed by the famed architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, and was once the residence of Charles Dickens, where he is said to have written some of his most famous novels. In 2008 the house underwent significant development creating five impressive and versatile new event spaces, all of which retain their original Grade II listed features.

The Great Hall is the flagship room of BMA House and is perfect for Conferences, AGMs, Award Ceremonies and Dinners; it is also licensed for Wedding Ceremonies!

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Ratings & Reviews

Steven ReadingAugust 21st, 2018

Attended a conference. Wonderful work goes on here.

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Sue CopeAugust 21st, 2018

Perfect.Food excellent. Well looked after and received when Include Choir performed their Mental Capacity Act Song recently.

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Hussam HaggagAugust 21st, 2018

Cozy place and professional people. Authentic and classic outdoors. Just lovely ambience!

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Iskandar JefferiesAugust 21st, 2018

Excellent building, had an event for 70 people and the service was exceptional. Highly recommended to have your next professional event.

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pedy dayAugust 21st, 2018

Fantastic venue for meetings and events. I attended a meeting there. Only criticism, I asked staff if they had a ramp as I'm disabled they said they didn't have any. But he didn't look sure. Worth considering, as there needs to be full access to the rooms.

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