BMA House enjoys increased capacity with the launch of its new Worcester Room accommodating up to 75 guests in a standing reception layout or 72 in theatre style. The name of the room is connected to the origins of the British Medical Association, founded by Sir Charles Hastings, a doctor from Worcester in 1832. Hastings wanted a ‘friendly and scientific’ forum where doctors could advance and exchange medical knowledge.
Rebecca Hurley, Deputy Head of Events for BMA House says: “It’s always exciting to be launching a new venue space. Paying homage to Sir Hastings, the Worcester room reflects his ambitions for The BMA. It is a ‘friendly’ place to meet and a hub for exchanging knowledge. The room is ideal for small to medium meetings but can be easily jazzed up for evening drinks receptions for up to 75 guests.“
The Worcester Room boasts plenty of natural daylight and views over the venue’s magnificent Courtyard. Delegates will benefit from first class AV facilities including video conferencing and use of the video wall, featuring four 55” LED screens.
Event organisers booking the Worcester Room before the 16 September 2016 will receive a 50% discount on room hire.
The Worcester Room is a new addition to the venue’s existing 25 rooms for meetings, conferences, private events and weddings for up to 294 guests. This includes two magnificent outdoor areas – the Courtyard and the beautiful Garden. BMA House is a Grade II listed venue located in Bloomsbury within easy walking distance of both Euston and King’s Cross station.