Getting to know: Mark Green
We spoke with The QEII Centre’s UK Business Development Manager Mark Green this month to find out how his role has changed over the past year and what he’s been up to at the venue.Read More
Opened by Queen Victoria in 1845, the Great Hall is described as one of the most impressive surviving buildings of its kind in London. On the North Wall is a huge and magnificent fresco executed by G.F. Watts, the Pre-Raphaelite painter, showing the world’s law givers from Moses to Edward I.
The Old Hall, dating back to 1490, is a wonderful example of beautifully maintained Tudor architecture with original roof timbers, stained glass windows, and Hogarth’s painting of “Paul Before Felix”. The Crypt beneath the Old Hall was for centuries used for storage of fuel, food and wine. Now the brick groin vaulting has been restored to its former glory and is used as a reception area.
Opened in 2018 by Queen Elizabeth II, the Ashworth Centre provides a stylish purpose-built double height Lecture Theatre with tiered retractable seating along with a suite of ten meeting rooms split between two floors, expertly designed to allow natural daylight to flood each room through generous skylights.
Hire prestigious, unique and unusual London venues and facilities with Westminster Venue Collection.Read More
The Westminster Venue Collection’s venues range from fashionable townhouses and private members’ clubs, to luxury hotels, celebrated attractions, historic institutes and societies.Read More