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    Venues

    OLD BILLINGSGATE

    OLD BILLINGSGATE WALK, LONDON

The Venue

Billingsgate began its life as a general market port, and in the late 1600’s the famous fish market was born. With capacity reached, a new building, designed by the famous architect Sir Horace Jones, was officially opened by the Lord Mayor. Thanks to the sturdy foundations that were laid as deep as 50 ft below the Thames, this is the same building that still stands today.

A beautiful roof of louvred glass and lattice-girders was designed providing the fish market with plenty of natural daylight. 

Since the refurbishment by Sir Richard Rogers in 1982, it’s walls have been privy to a wealth of new experiences from luxurious weddings to exciting products launches and enlightening exhibitions. Old Billingsgate has the perfect space for every occasion.

Capacity

2,500 Grand Hall Drinks Reception
1,800 Grand Hall Sit Down Dinner
1,200 Grand Hall Conference
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