A full house attending a concert at a historical London venue

Large Scale Venue

At Central Hall Westminster, we are proud of being able to host all different types of event – no matter what size. Being a large-scale venue means we have unbeatable flexibility for accommodating your event’s needs, whether it’s an art exhibition for 200 or a concert for 2,000.

As central London’s largest conference venue, we offer a selection of versatile rooms including, our Lecture Hall, the Library and The Great Hall. Their capacities range from 500 to 2,400 guests and each space offers a magnificent combination of atmosphere, technical capability and grandeur. It’s ideal for all kinds of occasions, from awards shows to graduations, public concerts to exhibitions, corporate conferences and even fashion shows.

We are specialists when it comes to managing prestigious events at a large-scale venue and work with a diverse range of clients. Some notable events we’ve hosted, includes:

Stand up to Cancer (Channel 4)
• New Year’s Eve concert, with Madness (BBC)
The Late Late Show with James Corden
• London Fashion Week
• FIFA Interactive World Cup
• Laureus World Sports Awards

The Great Hall

As central London’s largest purpose-built event space, The Great Hall has the capacity for up to 2,400 people in a variety of set-ups. Its architecture is truly unique with the self-supporting domed ceiling still a marvel of engineering more than 100 years on.

The stunning period details are complemented by our totally modernised, state-of-the-art technical facilities whilst the space’s excellent acoustics creates the perfect ambiance for live music events, award ceremonies and more.

#March4Women event at grand Westminster venue
Guests sitting theatre-style at evening event in Lecture Hall

Lecture Hall and Library

These highly-adaptable spaces are flexible and easy to customise. Organisers can choose between natural daylight or professional lighting tailored to their event, while its built-in stage makes it ideal for hosting exhibitions, conferences, seminars and even graduation ceremonies.