Located on the ground floor overlooking Front Court, the Bridgetower Room offers a flexible space that can accommodate a variety of meeting styles with a maximum capacity of 35 people. This light and airy room with wood paneled walls also serves as an excellent break-out space for larger meetings. The Bridgetower Room can also be used as a dining venue for up to 30 guests.
Historical information about the Bridgetower Room:
- The Bridgetower Room is named after George Bridgetower (1778 – 1869) an Afro-European concert violinist who graduated from Trinity Hall in 1811 with a Bachelor of Music.
- George Bridgetower rose to recognition as a violin virtuoso in the late 18th and early 19th century, performing at prestigious venues including Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle and Brighton pavilion.
- Bridgetower also famously performed with Beethoven at the Augarten pavilion in Vienna in 1803.