Coventry Cathedral, 1 Hill Top,, CV1 5AB, Coventry, West Midlands
Info about Coventry Cathedral
Known all over the world as a beautiful and unique venue, Coventry Cathedral was designed by architect Sir Basil Spence following the bombing of the city in 1940, it was opened in 1962 and is celebrated as the UK’s favourite 20th century building.
We have a range of spaces available for hire, including the Cathedral Nave and the Ruins, and a great deal of experience in organising events of all sizes. Over the years we have been privileged to host some of the city’s most prestigious events, including the Godiva Awards, BBC Antiques Road Show, Songs of Praise, Question Time and the Mystery Plays to name but a few.
We can host concerts of all kinds, gigs, theatre productions, meetings, conferences, wedding banquets and corporate events. The Ruins are an ideal backdrop for a range of events. We also have smaller spaces for more intimate events, such as meetings, dinners, weddings and services of blessing.
In the Nave of the Cathedral we can accommodate a whole host of events, including impressive banquets for up to 500. We have a range of smaller rooms for workshops, meetings and dinners and, as an added advantage, we are conveniently close to the City Centre and to transport hubs.
The Nave is a stunning and inspiring venue for larger events. The Nave is used for a wide variety of events from concerts, to banquets, awards ceremonies, TV recordings, balls and conferences. We can adapt to your specific requirements. Over the years we have been privileged to host some of the city’s most prestigious events.