Conway Hall is owned by South Place Ethical Society, an educational charity whose aims are the study and dissemination of ethical principles based on humanism and free thought, the cultivation of a rational and humane way of life, and the advancement of research and education in all relevant fields.
The Conway Hall is a beautiful venue for weddings in Central London. The Main Hall, with its elegant wood-panelled wall and wooden floor, makes the perfect venue for any vintage-style wedding. The venue was opened in 1929, and the name was chosen in honour of Moncure Daniel Conway (1832–1907), an anti-slavery campaigner, a vociferous advocate of free thought, and a biographer of Thomas Paine.
• theatre-style – up to 250 ground floor + 146 balcony + 23 on benches
• informal cabaret – up to 196
• seated dinner and dance – up to 154
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T: 0207 709 0888