Situated in the centre of the vibrant London borough of Ealing, Ealing Town Hall was built in 1887 to celebrate the growth of local democracy in the borough. The dramatic Grade II listed Victorian building offers an exciting combination of original architectural features and contemporary facilities and presents a diverse choice of spaces for hire. Ranging from the gothic style Victoria Hall and the modern, split level Princes Hall to the smaller, more intimate Nelson Room, the rooms within the Town Hall can cater for meetings and events for 10-400 guests and the highly skilled and experienced events team are on hand to ensure every element of your event runs smoothly.Packages
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Designed by Ealing’s Victorian Engineer and Surveyor, Charles Jones, to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, this grand Gothic Revival style hall with its hammerbeam roof effect is approached via an impressive ceremonial staircase. This room is the largest in the Town Hall and can accommodate 450 guests theatre style or 250 guests seated at round tables. With a sprung wooden floor and atmospheric lighting, it is a fantastic venue for dancing with a large stage available for a band or disco.
The Victoria Hall can be used in conjunction with the Princes Hall for a range of events. Whether hosting a conference in the Victoria Hall and using the Princes Hall as a lunch venue or using the princes hall for pre-dinner drinks before ‘wowing’ your guests as they walk into the Victoria Hall, the options available at Ealing Town Hall make it the perfect location to hold your event. The two rooms also work well for segregated events.