Gibson Hall is a magnificent converted banking hall and Grade I listed building in the heart of the City of London. The building has been part of London life for over 150 years and is situated on Bishopsgate at the thoroughfare’s junction with Threadneedle Street and in the footsteps of Tower 42.

Complete with its very own secluded garden, this award-winning events space is ideal for conferences, meetings, press conferences, gala dinners, summer parties, weddings, al fresco barbecues, product launches and Christmas parties. Opened in 1865, Gibson Hall’s name derives from its architect, John Gibson, whose work was much celebrated in the Victorian era, and who had once served as assistant to Sir Charles Barry, who built the Houses of Parliament.

  • Seating 350 & Standing 450
  • East London/City
  • Wedding license