We understand just how important it is to celebrate this special milestone in a fitting and unique venue to ensure a memorable ceremony which not only acknowledges the success of the group of graduates but also celebrates their achievements. Our largest conference and event space, the Assembly Hall, is a popular venue for graduation ceremonies in central London.
Why choose Church House Westminster?
- The historic Grade II listed building was designed by renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker.
- An exclusive entrance for the group and their guests via Dean's Yard with stunning views of Westminster Abbey.
- The central London location provides excellent local transport links, making it easy for guests to travel to and from the graduation ceremony.
- The largest space, the Assembly Hall, features a striking 30-foot glass dome and can be configured to accommodate up to 600 in a theatre-style layout.
- An additional 18 rooms provide flexible options for designated catering areas, reception and exhibition rooms, as well as hosting speakers and other private groups. The Bishop Partridge Hall with its stunning stone balcony offers plenty of opportunities for photography with views overlooking Westminster Abbey.
- Excellent venue accessibility which includes wheelchair access throughout the building and all rooms, excluding the Jubilee Room.
Our in-house catering partner, CH&CO, provides an extensive range of menu options including lunch menus and buffets for daytime graduation ceremonies or canapes and bowl food for evening reception parties.
We offer modern event technology, including state-of-the-art sound, lighting and staging capabilities.
Other benefits include:
- Hard wired interconnectivity with other rooms.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Web streaming and live broadcasting opportunities
- Event filming, live streaming and event production management
- 4K projection in the Assembly Hall
- An in-house AV team ensuring dedicated and expert technicians for your event when opting for an AV package.
- Opportunities for event and corporate branding, including the entrance at Dean's Yard and in the rooms.