About this Space
The Court Room’s historic artworks and décor include two late-18th century chandeliers, King Louis XV Gobelin tapestries hanging either side of the fireplace, and portraits of the Duke of Wellington by John Lucas, and Lord Nelson by Sir William Beechey.
Conveniently located next to the Livery Hall, the Court Room lends itself to an array of events, whether as a syndicate area, a space for sponsor stands, or as an informal luncheon or breakout room. This room, connecting as it does directly to the Livery Hall, also makes it a popular choice for dancing, using the venue’s own dance floor and stage.
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