The Court Room – Room details

Summary

The Court Room is located on the ground floor with easy access from the Entrance Hall. The room is flooded with natural daylight from a magnificent stained glass window which contains some quarries of glass taken from the Company's first Hall of 1457. The beautiful furniture includes unique high settees used in the previous Hall, whilst the ornate ceiling is based on plasterwork at Crewe Hall.

Above one of the settees is a statue of Edward IV, who gave the Ironmongers a charter of incorporation in 1463. It is in this splendid room that the Ironmongers' Court and committees meet.

Drawing Room Round Tables

Seating capacity: 60

Dimensions:

Length 10.5m (34ft 6in)
Width 9.75m (32ft)
Area 102m² (1104ft²)
Ceiling Height 3.65m (12ft)

Notes:

Drawing Room Boardroom

Seating capacity: 26

Dimensions:

Length 10.5m (34ft 6in)
Width 9.75m (32ft)
Area 102m² (1104ft²)
Ceiling Height 3.65m (12ft)

Notes:

No AV.

Drawing Room Theatre

Seating capacity: 60

Dimensions:

Length 10.5m (34ft 6in)
Width 9.75m (32ft)
Area 102m² (1104ft²)
Ceiling Height 3.65m (12ft)

Notes:

60" Plasma can be used with 60 Guests.

Projector & Screen can be used with 50 Guests.

Drawing Room Cabaret

Seating capacity: 36

Dimensions:

Length 10.5m (34ft 6in)
Width 9.75m (32ft)
Area 102m² (1104ft²)
Ceiling Height 3.65m (12ft)

Notes:

Space for 60" Plasma.

Dining Events, Celebrations and Receptions

The Court Room is an ideal place for drinks receptions, Board dinners and special celebrations and can be used as a reception area for greeting and entertaining guests with cocktails and canapés.

Meetings and Workshops

The Court Room can be blacked-out and can accommodate up to 26 people, in a board room or U-shaped style for smaller seminars or meetings.

It can also be used for a range of events including training sessions, strategy meetings, sales workshops or annual board meetings. Delegates can chose to hold their break in the room or move to the Luncheon Room, next door.

Conferences and Exhibitions

The Court Room can comfortably accommodate smaller conferences, holding up to 70 delegates in a theatre-style arrangement. Audio-visual equipment, lecterns and screens can be organised by our experienced Events team.

Key Features

  • Full blackout facilities
  • Stained glass window from the original Hall of 1457
  • Mock wooden pillars
  • Antique high benches
  • Featured in the DVD of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  • Portrait of Charles I