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We will be launching the 2021 programme at 12pm on 11 August 2021

  • Entrance to Painters' Hall
  • Quincentenary stained glass window
  • Portrait of John Potkin, Thomas Carleton and John Taylor.  Taylor is the reputed painter of the Chandos portrait of William Shakespeare in the National Portrait Gallery, the earliest and most plausibly authentic likeness of the playwright
  • The Lord Mayor Dr Sir Andrew Parmley with his coat of arms  produced by Mel Howse
  • Original Charters on display in the Court Room
  • Banqueting Hall

Painters' Hall

Harrington

place
9 Little Trinity Lane, EC4V 2AD
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Toilets, Disabled access

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Mansion House
train
Nearest train: Blackfriars, Cannon Street
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Bus routes: 4, 11, 15, 25, 26, 76, 8, 17
Acquired in 1532 and rebuilt in 1670 after the Great Fire, the Hall was partially destroyed in 1941 by enemy action and rebuilt in a Neo-Georgian style in 1960. The original charter, portraiture and stained glass are of particular interest.

Events

Sunday 5th September
Open
schedule Time: 10am to 3pm
group Capacity: 70
Visitors can arrive at any time during the opening hours.
There may be queues at busy times.

Design

Original design
Harrington, 1961
Type
Livery hall
Period
Post-war