Emmanuel Centre is a truly unique place which is regularly used for examinations, AGM’s or shareholders meetings, training seminars, council meetings, product launches, church gatherings, exhibitions, rallies, presentations, concerts and conferences. The building’s traditional charm and character comes with modern facilities and fully integrated in-house audio visual equipment. The main auditorium which seats up to 1,000 is completely circular and supported by 24 pairs of marble columns with natural light that penetrate through a huge glass dome and arched windows, finished off with original polished English Oak panels along the walls.
London’s Emmanuel Centre has hosted a spectacularly wide range of events & conferences since it opened as a conference and meetings venue in 1997. That popularity is testimony to its unique atmosphere, its flexibility and its surprising affordability for a venue in the heart of London. The Emmanuel Centre continues to attract clientele from a wide variety of commercial and charitable organisations. With plenty of natural light and easy access, the centre is also particularly suitable for seminars, workshops and children's programmes.
Emmanuel Centre is situated in the heart of Westminster, Central London's prime location for business, culture and government with the best transport links in the UK, easy access to and from five International airports including Heathrow, Gatwick, London City and Stanstead and within walking distance from three mainline stations ( Victoria, Charing Cross & Waterloo) and three underground stations (Westminister, Victoria & St James's Park). There’s plenty of parking nearby for cars and coaches.The Centre has a separate entrance for disabled people, and an area in the Auditorium for wheelchairs.
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