Located by Holborn Circus on the western fringe of London, the site of St Andrew Church has been a place of worship since Roman times. The current structure was built by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London and restored in the 1960s. It is now a popular location for events, with a series of spaces available to hire in the church, courthouse and crypt. The church itself makes an atmospheric backdrop for standing receptions, dinners and concerts, while the crypt is a dramatic subterranean space for receptions and other events.
Location: London, EC4A