Commissioned as the first purpose-built home and central headquarters of the University of London, Senate House has ten rooms available for private hire, all named after London squares. The rooms can accommodate a wide variety of activities for groups of 2 to 70. They can be used as standalone rooms accessed through the Crush Hall or as conference breakout rooms supporting a large-scale event in the Beveridge and Macmillan Halls. Seating just over 450 in three tiers around a sunken central floor, Beveridge Hall is one of central London's largest conference spaces and unique attributes include a stage, excellent natural acoustics and art deco interiors which hark back to its 1936 origin. Audio-visual facilities include a full-size screen, microphones and adjustable lighting. The seating is not fixed so the hall can be configured for a wide variety of uses, just as Charles Holden, who designed the space, intended.
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