On Friday 4 October 2019 Church House Westminster won the London Venue Award
Our dedicated Event Coordinators and expert in-house audio-visual technician team have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to events.
Award-winning Westminster events venue, Church House, has appointed Olivia Marrie as Events Coordinator.
The Westminster event venue has installed a Sennheiser system with 30 digital microphones
Lauren McKenzie has joined Church House as Event Coordinator
First it was the “B” word and now it is the “F” word, yes, the French have their very own version of Brexit, Frexit! Who knew?
Alex Tunstall has joined Church House as maternity cover for senior coordinator, Sarah Ross, who went on maternity leave on 31st January
Elana Kruger has joined Church House Westminster as Marketing Manager
The one-day conference for art market professionals comprised a full day of informative plenary sessions, Q&As and lively panel discussions
Bradley Hill has been appointed to the role of AV Manager at Church House Westminster.
The Fellowships were set up in memory of Sir Winston Churchill on his death in 1965
the charity will be represented by over 400 runners aiming to raise £950,000 as vital funds for the fight against heart disease
VisitBritain held a Gala Dinner at Church House Westminster to celebrate the magic of British events as part of its MeetGB showcase
The launch event is a major fundraiser for WellChild, the national charity for seriously ill children
The GNTO used the GTS to launch
The Political Studies Association once again chose the Westminster venue to host their annual Awards Dinner and Ceremony last Tuesday 5th December
The award-winning TV and film-maker Ken Loach delivered this year’s Longford Lecture at Church House, Westminster, on Thursday 29th November
Two of London’s most iconic venues are partnering to offer organisers and their delegates a unique experience in the heart of Westminster
The Three Wine Men’s annual tour of the country came to a flourishing end this weekend
Comedian Jo Caulfield hosted a masked charity ball at Church House Westminster last week, which raised funds for medical training abroad.