The Crypt under St Andrew Holborn was in use from Roman times, though very few remnants of that period remain.
In 2000 the decision was made to restore the Crypt, and "remove, by hand, wartime rubble and the underlying damaged and desecrated burials", and to transform it into a viable place for worship and entertainment.
The work took place in 2003 when 3000 bodies were removed to Manor Park cemetery.
Medieval Foundations, a Roman Spring and Wren vaulting make this an unique venue.
Excels as a theatrical or exhibition space, but can be dressed for a reception for your clients to remember.
St Andrew Holborn offers a variety of different spaces, so you should find one to meet every occasion.