Dining Room

Coopers Hall Dining Room London hall hireThe magnificent Dining Room is exquisitely decorated in period style and is the perfect location for exclusive meetings.

The magnificent dining room at Coopers Hall is available for hire as a private venue and is the perfect location for exclusive lunches, dinners, meetings, conferences and receptions.

The Dining Room can accommodate up to 26 delegates in an E shape; 50 guests for a buffet reception, and 32 guests for a lunch or dinner.

Ideally situated close to Liverpool Street Station in the heart of the City of London, the Dining Room is exquisitely decorated in period style, befitting its status as one of the oldest Livery venues in London, which has been entertaining guests since it was built as a merchant's house in the 17th Century.

Coopers Hall Dining Room London hall hireOur friends at ITA Venues arrange bookings, staff and catering at Coopers Hall, and also offer a range of themed dining and hospitality experiences, examples of which can be downloaded below. For all booking enquiries, you can contact them via the enquiry form, telephone number or email available from the enquiries page link on the left.

"I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for helping us to put on such a successful event on Friday. Your help with keeping the event running smoothly was greatly appreciated, as was the quiet efficiency of the waiting staff who were very warm and helpful. We had so many appreciative comments about the fantastic canapés which were really exceptionally good. It all went extremely well - thank you very much.”  Rawlingson Lane Publicity

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Ian Luder

Master - Roy Campbell

The Worshipful Company of Coopers is one of the oldest in the City of London. In modern times it has evolved into the trustee of six principal charities and a social and charitable enterprise that retains an identity focused on the ancient craft of cask making.

We welcome members to enjoy a fellowship around our shared values and an interest in the history, culture and charitable endeavours that our company has pursued for the last 500 or so years.

We do hope you enjoy learning more about the Coopers’ Company, so please look around our website to find out who we are, what we do and how you can become part of it, should you wish to do so. 


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