The RSA House is a stunning and versatile venue with several event spaces that cater to different capacity requirements.
The Great Room, with a capacity of 180 theatre-style and a skylight, features paintings by James Barry, while the contemporary Benjamin Franklin, with a capacity of 100 theatre-style, has a chandelier designed by Troika.
The subterranean Vaults, originally designed for warehouse storage, has a capacity of 220 for receptions and includes four interconnecting event spaces with exposed 18th-century brickwork. Vault 1 is a spacious, atmospheric area that used to be a wine cellar.
The Tavern Room, originally the Adelphi Tavern, benefits from a built-in TV screen and can accommodate up to 60 people for a reception.
The Prince Philip room, featuring original painted roundels, benefits from three plasma screens, and the Queen Elizabeth II room, formerly known as Romney, has an original decorative ceiling and fireplace.
The Folkestone Room is perfect for meetings and presentations, while the Shipley Room is an intimate space ideal for board meetings.