London Venue Source

BMA House

Overview

Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, Grade II-listed BMA House was once home to Charles Dickens & has served as the base for the British Medical Association since 1925. Well placed for the Eurostar at St Pancras, the venue has 25 elegant rooms available for events, equally suited to weddings, parties & meetings.

Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, Grade II-listed BMA House was once home to Charles Dickens & has served as the base for the British Medical Association since 1925. Well placed for the Eurostar at St Pancras, the venue has 25 elegant rooms available for events, equally suited to weddings, parties & meetings.

Capacity

Venues Individual Room Capacities

Name Reception Sit Down Theatre Area in m2
Black Suite  150 - 150 178
Council Chamber  - - 97 162
Courtyard Suite  150 - 120 160
Garden Room  90 - - 72
Great Hall  320 200 300 406
Harvey Room  100 - 100 102
Paget Room  160 120 150 216
Prince's Room  90 50 70 108
Snow Room  160 100 100 282

Features

Features

Accomodation

Disabled Access

No Smoking

Outside Area

Outside Caterers

Riverside Location / Views

Weddings

Screening Room(s)

Offers

Contact Details

BMA House
Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9JP