Located in the heart of London’s legal quarter, Middle Temple Hall is one of the four ancient Inns of Court. It continues to service the legal profession today, and also houses some of the most imposing event space in London. Suitable for receptions, dinners and weddings beneath its double hammer beam roof and oak panelled walls with hundreds of coats of arms and glass memorial windows dedicated to notable Templars. It also has an impressive large garden overlooking Embankment and the river Thames with a capacity of 1500 for an open air party or options for marquees.
Middle Temple Hall was completed in the 1570s and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Great Fire of London and both World Wars. The historical venue has a rich history of entertaining, having hosted the first recorded performance of Twelfth Night in 1602 in which Shakespeare himself acted. These days it is often used for filming and has featured in Downton Abbey, The Da Vinci Code, 24:Live Another Day and even Pirates of the Caribbean.
Reception capacity – 500
Dinner capacity – 300
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