Old Shire Hall
5-9 Northgate Street, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4SP, Warwick, Warwickshire
Info about Old Shire Hall
Built by William and David Hiorn in 1750 to the designs of gentleman-architect Sanderson Miller, Old Shire Hall is a magnificent Grade I listed building including a main hall, three courtrooms and cells.
The Old Shire Hall complex was used by Her Majesty’s Courts Service until December 2010. The beautiful buildings can be used for civic functions, corporate events, filming, theatre performances, weddings and conferences.
The impressive Old Shire Hall offers an unparalleled combination of capacity and character and is ideal for gala dinners for 160 or 350 for receptions.
In addition, the Georgian Grade 2 listed Judges’ House which is accessible from the Old Shire Hall, offers elegant dining and drawing rooms for fine dining and drinks receptions.
A range of beautiful rooms licensed for civil ceremonies
dedicated event manager
exclusive use of chosen rooms
the only wedding held at that time
Cake stand and knife
Complementary engagement shoot with our recommended photographer
Use of landscaped garden for photographs and drinks receptions (weather permitting)
Use of bridal dressing suite
The Octagonal Room provides the perfect ambience to dance the night away.
Your evening reception includes. Menus prices are inclusive of:
A midnight licence for your music and bar on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays – and 11.30pm on Monday to Thursday
Up to 300 guests
Exclusive use of the venue complete with bar in your choice of room