Press and PR archive
Thanks to our diverse range of high-profile clients and our increasing number of newsworthy events, Central Hall Westminster is regularly featured in the press.
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Central Hall Westminster announces that it has appointed Gary Savage in the newly-created role of Financial Controller.
Central Hall Westminster today announces that it has extended its contract with AV production service partner, White Light, for a further three years.
A record number of event professionals and exhibitors gathered at the historic Central Hall Westminster on Wednesday 11th July for London’s hotly anticipated Summer
Central Hall Westminster today announces that it has been chosen to host the 13th summer BNC Event Show on Wednesday 11th July for the second time.
Central Hall Westminster hosted ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ when four episodes were filmed at the venue in front of a live audience.
Central Hall Westminster will play host this September to a spectacular charity gala concert, featuring Sir Karl Jenkins, to mark the centenary of the last 100 days
Over 300 people attended the Charity Film Awards, hosted and sponsored by Central Hall Westminster, on Friday 11th May.
Central Hall Westminster today announces that it will play host to the Charity Film Awards on Friday 11th May. Celebrating the very best films and videos that have
Central Hall Westminster today announces that it has beaten its £20,000 fundraising target since becoming a ‘Loominary’ for the Toilet Twinning charity which works
Central London’s largest conferencing and events centre will host the world renowned artist, who will be joined by a cast of stellar musicians and members of Gori
A live audience of over 2,000 were joined by millions of TV viewers when Central Hall Westminster provided the backdrop to a televised BBC New Year’s Eve performance
Central Hall Westminster today announces a record turnover for the year of over £7.4m, the highest since the building opened in 1912 – its 2017 Annual Review has