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Meetings and conferences

Venue Hire St Martin – Meetings and Conferences - Meet and greet

St Martins’ has two conference spaces and three small meeting rooms which are ideally placed for central London meetings. All rooms benefit from natural daylight and complimentary WIFI. The Desmond Tutu Room comes equipped with air conditioning.

The three small meeting rooms can be booked individually, as a suite of rooms or as breakout spaces when booking St Martin’s Hall or the Neville Marriner Rehearsal Room. 


St Martin’s Hall

St Martin’s Hall is a beautiful room with its double height oak panelling walls and crown of glass allowing views of the Foyer above. The room has an abundance of natural daylight, fresh air supply, under floor heating, adjustable lighting, WIFI, induction loop along with its own private amenities & cloakroom.

The Lightwell is a bright and spacious area which is directly outside St Martins Hall. It is perfect for a reception, registration and catering area.

St Martins Hall and Lightwell is the perfect setting for Conferences, Meetings, Dinners, Receptions and Launches.

Dimensions
15.25m x 8.28m

Capacity
Theatre: 120
Cabaret: 60
Boardroom: 32


Neville Marriner Room

The Neville Marriner Room is named after the founder and musical director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields.

It is a double height purpose built rehearsal space, however at certain times it is able to be hired for a meeting or small conference and comes equipped with WIFI.

Dimensions
9.85m x 7.25m

Capacity
Theatre: 40
Cabaret: 20
Boardroom: 20

Floor plan of the Neville Marriner Rehearsal Room


Archbishop Desmond Tutu Room

Archbishop Desmond Tutu is the first black South African archbishop, a human rights activist and long term friend of St Martin’s. 

Dimensions
8.3m x 5.84m

Capacity
Boardroom: 20


Peter Benenson Room

Peter Benenson found his inspiration to create Amnesty International while at St Martin’s. 

Dimensions
4.5m x 3.57m

Capacity
Boardroom: 10


Li Tim-Oi Room

Florence Li Tim-Oi was the first woman priest to be ordained in the Anglican Communion in 1944.

Dimensions
3.57m x 3.06m

Capacity
Boardroom: 5


Meeting Rooms plan

1: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Room
2: Peter Benenson Room
3: Li Tim-Oi Room