Barber-Surgeons’ Hall

About Barber-Surgeons’ Hall

The third building to house the Worshipful Company of Barbers on this site since 1430, the original Barber-Surgeons’ hall burnt down during the great fire of London whilst the second was irreversibly damaged during the Second World War. The rooms are adorned with beautifful painting, which all guests admire, including the famous portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein. This venue is suitable for most occasions ranging from private meetings for 10 in the Charter room to a reception for 250 in the highly impressive Great Hall.


Main Course


Additional Information


Monkwell Square, EC2Y 5BD

Nearest tube:

St Pauls

Average Price:

£45 / €64 and over

Opening times:

For Hire/ Various

Dress Code: