Historic RSA House combines Georgian splendor with high quality contemporary design and is a versatile space suitable for a variety of events, with high-ceilinged ballrooms, stylish exposed brick vaults and intimate, Adam-designed rooms.
Our favourite space…
The Great Room is their largest space in the building playing host to awards dinners, large conferences and meetings, drinks receptions and weddings. This iconic room is fully air conditioned, with natural daylight streaming in from the glass domed ceiling. With full AV built in, this room is ideal for most event types.
The Great Room was designed by Adam as an assembly room for the Society Members’ discussions and debates and as a venue for the presentation of awards and prizes. The Great Room is dominated by the epic series of paintings “Progress of Human Knowledge and Culture” by James Barry. In 1774, ten artists including Barry, were invited to decorate the Great Room and all declined, but Barry. 24 years later the impressive sequence of six paintings were completed to display the images we still house today.
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