BMA House, BMA House (WC1H 9JP)
BMA House is a spectacular grade II listed building which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and has been the home to the British Medical Association since 1925.
Recently refurbished to preserve and restore the best of the old traditional designs, but bringing in modern integrated facilities has resulted in flexible spaces to cater for many Events.
Located only a few minutes walk from Kings Cross, St Pancras, Euston and Russell Square stations the fantastic Central London location provides easy access around London, the rest of the UK and with Europe via Eurostar.
The Great Hall is a magnificent space - our flagship room - with an abundance of natural daylight (full blackout facilities are available) providing an impressive setting for any event. The room is equipped with state of the art audio visual equipment to assist with presentations or speeches, and can hold a maximum of 320 guests for a standing reception.
Located on the first floor, fully accessible for all guests, the Great Hall is a fabulous event space with it's original Corinthian pillars and views out onto our stunning Courtyard. With fully retractable, highly comfortable seating for up to 300 delegates in a theatre style layout, the room set up can be adjusted easily to meet your event requirements. Fully licensed for wedding ceremonies, or an impressive space to host your gala dinner and awards ceremony, the Great all is a must see for your next event.