London Centre Lobby

Room Information

Originally the Oxford and Cambridge Club and later the British School of Osteopathy, the Marian Kennedy Fischer Hall has been the London Global Gateway's base of operations since 1989. A building of noted historical value, Fischer Hall maintains a sense of Edwardian grandeur through its original features, including marble fireplaces, mahogany doors, and a sweeping central staircase. An elegant setting for an event, Fischer Hall boasts a rich visible history alongside it's modern teaching facilities.   

Trafalgar Hall

Trafalgar Hall is the gateway's biggest lecture hall and largest event space, comfortably seating 80-100 attendees. It can be set up in a theater style for conferences and large talks or divided for a smaller talk or seminar.  It is also available for large receptions, or as a performance space.

The room is equipped with an audiovisual system, two 90 inch and two 70 inch screens, and microphones.

The plentiful light and period features make it a popular venue.

Trafalgar Hall has an adjoining room, 1.06, which is ideal for a small or private reception.

Traf 2

Traf 1

Senior Common Room

A large and classic space, the Senior Common Room boasts original features such as mahogany doors and wainscoting, ornate marble fireplaces, and intricate ceiling moldings. It is a popular space for receptions, luncheons and small gatherings, and can hold up to 60 people.



Seminar and Meeting Space

There are a number of classrooms that can be used for small talks, seminars and meetings and can be set up in various configurations.  All classrooms are equipped with a computer, projector, screen, and DVD player.

Several classrooms have impressive original features and fireplaces.  The classrooms vary in size, from smaller 6 person seminar rooms, to 40 person classrooms. 


Classroom 1