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Glaziers Hall

GB / England
Listed By: FilmFixer Ltd
Location ID: #999-4195
Glaziers Hall is a Georgian listed building dating from 1808. It was originally built as a warehouse adjoining London Bridge and the 'Nancy Steps' made famous by Charles Dickens in Oliver Twist. Situated between the Thames, with unrivalled views over the City, and the Southbank and Borough Market, Glaziers' Hall offers five flexible spaces for filming. The rooms can be used in conjunction with each other or booked separately and can accommodate groups of 10 to 300 people. Each space is versatile and flexible and includes individual features such as three spectacular chandeliers in the Banqueting Hall, oak panelling in the Court Room, stained glass in the Library, the original 1830s Sir John Rennie London Bridge in the London Bridge Room and floor to ceiling glazed arches looking over the Thames in the River Room. Access to the Basement and Kitchen can be arranged for filming. The location is central and accessible with onsite parking available. [TAGS: Southwark; riverfront; river view/river views; chandelier/chandeliers; library/libraries; conference venue/conference venues; stained glass; courtroom; court room/rooms] If you would like to film in Glaziers' Hall please contact the Sales Team on 0207 403 3300 or sales@glaziershall.co.uk.

Location Category:

  • AUDITORIUMS / THEATERS - Ballrooms / Banquet Halls
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  • AUDITORIUMS / THEATERS - Convention Centers

Location Address

9 Montague Close
London, ENG SE1 9DD
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Contact Details

FilmFixer Ltd
Unit C , 57-59 Great Suffolk St
London, ENG SE1 0BB
Phone: 0207 620 0391
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