The Livery Hall
Set beneath the dramatic ceiling paintings, depicting Shakespearean scenes by 19th century artist Herbert Draper, the Livery Hall is undoubtedly one of the City’s finest event spaces. Having been used in films as a double for Buckingham Palace, the room displays the Drapers’ Company’s collection of royal portraits and some of the larger pieces from its silver collection.
 
The Livery Hall’s dining furniture includes rail back chairs, over half of which date back to William IV.
 
The Livery Hall provides a breath-taking and versatile space for every type of occasion from banquets, fashion shows, concerts, and opera recitals, through to meetings, presentations and cocktail parties.