THE LONDON SCOTTISH REGIMENT 

The Regimental Drill Hall

A large, substantial and mesmerising space, enhanced with three iconic war memorials in tribute to the hundreds of volunteers who died in the South African War and the Two World Wars, this striking room is breath takingly atmospheric both in its soaring proportions and what it constitutes and reflects.

A Grade two listed ceiling flying the national flags from Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Perth, the walls clad with a miscellany of Scottish clan badges, extensive museum balconies and comprehensive galleries full of rare regimental treasures and artefacts, this magnificent room is at once both humbling and uplifting.

Paintings of the Regiment’s Scottish patronage and ancestry, paintings depicting the London Scottish in action, paintings reflecting the constitutional moments in its remarkable history, this Drill Hall has it all, commanding our respect and admiration as it is just as much alive today with band practise and recruitment nights as it was when the London Scottish first began all those years ago.

Capable of hosting a dinner for 250, or a reception for 300, the flexibility of this space is an added attraction as it comfortably accommodates wedding receptions, fashion shows, dinner and dances as a regular feature.

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