The Gatsby Club:
400 standing, 230 seated
The Grand Temple:
1,450 standing, 350 seated
Freemasons’ Hall was built between 1927 and 1932 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in the First World War and, as expected, is adorned with history and charm. It has now earned itself a Grade II listing and is one of the finest Art Deco buildings in London.
Situated in the ideal location of Covent Garden, the venue boasts two beautiful main event spaces, the Gallery Suite and the impressive Grand Temple, which can be hired separately and together. During the Christmas period, Smart Group transform the venue to host exclusive Christmas events that transport guests back in time to the roaring twenties.
The Grand Temple room lives up to its name and is a magnificent space with different capacities depending on whether the party are standing or seated. If the fixed theatre style is used, the room has capacity for up to 1,625 guests, or if the fixed seating is staged over, the room can fit 500-1,138. The vestibules can be used in conjunction with The Grand Temple for drinks receptions, or in isolation for dinners or parties. Two sweeping stone staircases lead guests to these spaces, and can be found at the Tower Entrance which features the authentic 1930s Tower Cloakroom. Also available to hire is The Gallery Suite, which can be utilised as a breakout room or on its own for up to 220 guests theatre style, standing or dining.
We are delighted to be the exclusive Christmas event management and catering partner for this sensational 1920's-themed venue. We can offer both stunning event spaces separately or together - The Grand Temple is unique, extravagant and perfect for large-scale parties, whereas The Gatsby Club is intimate, lavish and tailor-made for small-scale events.
Great Queen Street