113 Chancery Lane, within easy reach of London’s West End and the City, is home to the Law Society and has been at the centre of the legal world since 1832. Today, you and your guests can enjoy memorable events in this historic elegant venue. Behind the magnificent pillared portico of this Grade II* listed building lies a treasure trove of traditional and contemporary rooms, perfect for conferences, dinners and special occasions.
With eight distinct areas available for hire, 113 Chancery Lane offers versatility, sophistication and impeccable service for events that leave a lasting impression. Each stylish event space benefits from natural daylight, a full range of audio visual equipment, air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi.
With its graceful fireplace frieze carved by British sculptor Gilbert Bayes, and flanked by soaring marble columns, the spacious Reading Room on the ground floor is exceptionally versatile. Abundant natural light and a high vaulted ceiling are complemented by the rich colour scheme. The beautiful gilded wooden gallery and leather-bound books add to the dramatic grandeur of the room. Here, your guests can experience a glittering night of fine dining and entertainment, a special luncheon or a seminar.
Approached via a sweeping marble staircase, the largest and most prestigious room is named The Common Room, based on Conrad Dressler whose celebrated Persian enamel frieze depicting human and divine justice draws the eye upward beyond the glittering chandeliers. A lavish affair deserves a truly magnificent setting and The Common Room is one that will always impress. Glimmering chandeliers, 17th century stained glass windows, beautiful marble pillars and inviting alcoves create a majestic space for both conferences and entertaining.
Adaptable for all types of events, The Common Room also has beautiful alcoves which make a stunning backdrop for photographs, but can also be used as spaces for bars, entertainment or photobooths. The Common Room is spacious, versatile and superbly equipped with stage, screen, projector and sound system.
Flooded with daylight through the double height windows, this opulent space, adorned with grand chandeliers, silk curtains, oak panelling and an elegant gold and blue colour scheme, has the added benefit of an ante room with bar and catering area. Easily located on the ground floor, the David Lloyd George is ideal for presentations and meetings or formal dining and private parties.
Overlooking the Courts of Justice, this collection of contemporary versatile rooms reflects the grandeur of 113 Chancery Lane. Whether you need one beautiful large space or three stylish well-proportioned rooms, Strand, Fleet and Bell Suite can easily be configured to suit your event. Situated close to the The Common Room, dual hire of these spaces is available, allowing you to stage large, multi-activity events and maximise the use of these outstanding facilities. Elegant dining or dynamic team building, there are numerous possibilities in Strand, Fleet and Bell Suite.
The Council Chamber offers audio visual facilities to rival any venue in London. With its tiered ergonomic seating, each with access to power, this second-floor room is ideal for training sessions, screenings and seminars. Adjacent to the Holborn and Lincoln rooms – two bright spacious areas, ideal for breakout sessions, small seminars or refreshments – The Council Chamber offers great flexibility and convenience for staging well-managed corporate events.
Situated on the site of the former Six Clerks building, where the clerics – who acted as the go-between for the attorneys and court – were based, this warm and welcoming room provides a stylish backdrop for a superior dining or corporate event experience. With eye-catching features including heraldic crests and a beautiful fireplace, The Six Clerks is easily accessible and is a popular choice for intimate dinners, meetings, presentations or breakout groups for large conference events.