April 2011

The Art Workers Guild

Address:
6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT
Type:
Public
Completion:
18th century
Venues:
2
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Description of The Art Workers Guild

6 Queen Square is a Georgian house in a quiet square built between 1716 and 1725. It has two meeting rooms in the house and a large lecture hall built in 1914 in what was formerly a garden. Rooms can be hired for meetings, lectures, book launches and special events. Fees are amongst the best value for historic venues in London. Many small societies whose ethos is similar to those of the Guild meet here. Members may hire rooms at special rates.

Source: artworkersguild.org

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Russell Square Underground Station
Piccadilly
Southampton Row - 1 min. walking / 34 metres
168, 188, 59, 68, 91, N91, X68

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