Channing Hall


Channing Hall is named after the 19th Century American Unitarian Minister Dr William Ellery Channing. The hall was designed by Flockton and Gibbs, and the interior is in the Italianate style. The hall was built in 1881 for ‘religious, educational and social purposes.’

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Address:  45 Surrey Street, S1 2LG


  • Wheelchair accessible 
  • Accessible toilets
  • Gender neutral Toilets (accessible toilets can be used instead)
  • Elevator (located at back of Hall on the left)
    Door entrance – width – 35” (88.9cm)
    Height – 79” (200.66cm)
    Internal – Length  - 63” (160.02cm)
    Width  - 55” (139.7cm) 
  • Baby changing facilities available in all toilets
  • Breastfeeding friendly (facilities available in all toilets)
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Seats: For measurements, please contact venue directly. Seats available with or without armrests. 

Capacity: 110
Wheelchair Capacity: 10+
Blue Badge Parking: Norfolk Street S1 2JH
Wi-Fi: Public Wi-Fi available

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