Court Room

Coopers Hall Court Room - meeting venueThe Court Room at Coopers’ Hall is an elegant space for boardroom and client meetings, offering space, elegance and a sense of refined grandeur – all highly conducive to productive discussions. The room is ideal for a boardroom style meeting for 20 delegates or up to 25 delegates for theatre style presentation. The Court Room is also the ideal option should breakout space be required. Please note catering cannot be served in this room. 

The Court Room at Coopers Hall is an elegant space for boardroom and client meetings, where space, elegance and the classical sense of refined grandeur are highly conducive to productive discussions!

It's an ideal space for a boardroom style meeting for 20 delegates, and up to 25 delegates for a theatre style presentation.

With on-site facilities and attentive staff, guests are assured of the very best combination of historical interest, classical style and modern service.

Coopers Hall Court Room meeting room hireOur hospitality is managed by our friends at ITA Venues, who also offer a range of themed dining and hospitality experiences, examples of which can be downloaded below. For all booking enquiries, you can contact them via the enquiry form, telephone number or email on this page.

Court Room Gallery


Ian Luder

Master - Roy Campbell

The Worshipful Company of Coopers is one of the oldest in the City of London. In modern times it has evolved into the trustee of six principal charities and a social and charitable enterprise that retains an identity focused on the ancient craft of cask making.

We welcome members to enjoy a fellowship around our shared values and an interest in the history, culture and charitable endeavours that our company has pursued for the last 500 or so years.

We do hope you enjoy learning more about the Coopers’ Company, so please look around our website to find out who we are, what we do and how you can become part of it, should you wish to do so. 


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