Spectacular Events

From drinks receptions for up to 500 guests, bespoke corporate events, milestone celebration dinners to exclusive award ceremonies, the Hall makes an ideal location for a whole host of events designed to wow your guests.

As stunning as the Hall is in its own right, sometimes you need to add a little extra sparkle. Be it a personalised lighting design, elaborate table decorations or the spine tingling King's College choir we are always excited to help create the perfect environment for your event.

If you would like further information, please contact us by completing our enquiry form.

Making your event spectacular...

We have chosen to hold our high profile client event at King's College for over 15 years.... Nothing is ever too much trouble

We have an extensive list of recommended suppliers who have experience working with us and are dedicated to working with you to give your event the extra flair you are looking for.

Over the years we have worked with a multitude of large scale events with high demands for audio visual equipment, staging and lighting designs. While we can advise you on what works well in the venue, we are always open to fresh ideas and new inspiration to develop a truly spectacular event.

The King's Men and King’s Voices

Cambridge College's are known for their chapel choirs and King's is no exception, boasting one of the country's best.  Their performances are truly hypnotising and will give your guests a once in a life time experience that few get to see up close and personal.

The King's Men is made up of Choral Scholars from the College and they sing all over the world. They have performed alongside high-profile artists such as rapper Dizzee Rascal.

King's Voices, the mixed voice choir of King's College, was founded in October 1997 to give the women of King's the opportunity to contribute vocally to the musical life of the College. 

Both the King's Men and King's Voices have a varied repertoire, from fifteenth-century sacred music to folk-songs and pop songs, so they have music for all occasions. They can provide anything from a Latin Grace to a full set.

The Chapel

King's College Chapel is one of the most iconic buildings in the world, and is a splendid example of late Gothic (Perpendicular) architecture. It was started in 1446 by Henry VI (1421-71) and took over a century to build. The Chapel is also the venue for the Christmas Eve service, A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, which is broadcast to millions around the world.

Any event booked with us includes complimentary access to the Chapel, so let your guests wander at their leisure and enjoy this spectacular building. If your event is held during term time, you can hear the world famous King’s College Choir sing Evensong at 5.30pm.

Private Tours

While visiting the King's College Chapel is a 'must do' for most visitors to the city, why not make it extra special for your group by organising a private tour?

There are various tour options available all of which have many years of experience and fantastic knowledge of Cambridge. Your tour can be focussed on King's College Chapel or extend to explore the whole city, whatever your requirements the tour can be designed around you.



A must when in Cambridge! Both Scudamores Punts and Granta Boat and Punt Company offer chauffeured tours, or if your guests are feeling confident, self-punting!

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