Steeped in history and tradition, Stationers’ Hall is a magnificent Grade I-listed events venue. It provides a striking and unique backdrop for filming and photoshoots in central London.
Its four elegant, linked rooms all have their own individual charm and character. This has helped the hall become the location of choice for a diverse variety of productions. Past examples on the BBC include Who Do You Think You Are? featuring Gary Lineker, David Starkey’s Music and Monarchy, and Don’t Tell the Bride.
Stationers’ Hall also hosted a shoot in 2018 for a Britain’s Got Talent promotional video.
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Our popularity extends beyond the small screen.
What better endorsement as a fashion show venue for hire than to be picked by Giles Deacon, the innovative British womenswear designer, to host his London Fashion Week showcases?
The hall’s versatility as an event venue, not to mention its proximity to neighbouring St Paul’s Cathedral, is what makes it such a sought-after spot for filming, photography and product launches.
The anticipation to show off our improved space when we open again in April 2022 is building already.
In case you don’t know, work has started on an ambitious £7.5 million building project to modernise facilities at the hall, including a second entrance and a lift that grants access to the historic Livery Hall and the other rooms.
We have carefully curated a list of trusted suppliers who would love the opportunity to quote for your event or show’s specific requirements.
The options include Eclipse, one of the leading event management companies in London. No project, whether a corporate occasion, live production, conference or product launch is too big or too small for its award-winning experts.
We’ve made sure the booking process is entirely hassle-free. Check availability using our hire calendar, or complete an enquiry form, and a member of our team will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your ideas.
We tailor location and hire fees to your individual needs.
Alternatively, call us on 020 7246 0999 or email email@example.com.