Dating back to the sixteenth century, history and tradition are at the heart of London’s Stationers’ Hall.

The Grade I listed building is located close to St. Paul’s Cathedral and offers a seamless blend of welcoming warmth and arresting grandeur.

The Livery Hall boasts gleaming oak flooring and carved oak panelling originating from the 1600s. The huge stained glass windows depict William Shakespeare, William Caxton, St Cecelia, William Tynedale & Archbishop Cranmer. The larger north window purports to display Edward IV and his Queen, Elizabeth Woodville, being shown a proof by William Caxton. At the south end there is a carved screen, surmounted by a minstrels’ gallery.