Newington Green Meeting House

Newington Green, London N16 9PR

This beautiful and historic Grade-II listed building was founded in 1708, and is known as one of the birthplaces of modern Western feminism due to its connections to activist and writer Mary Wollstonecraft. 

As a UK registered charity, the venue re-invests their income from renting out the space into charitable work and operations.

Features of Venue

  • Hall Capacity: 150
  • Hire Type: Varies
  • Cost: TBC
  • Availability for hire: Enquire Here


  • 5.0 GHz Wi-Fi
  • 60 Stackable Chairs (30 Of Which Are Upholstered With Seat And Back Cushions)
  • Eight Folding Tables Which Each Seat 8 People
  • Step-free Access Including An Accessible Toilet On The Ground Floor
  • Three Additional Toilets And A Shower On The Basement Level
  • External Security CCTV
  • A Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Extensive AV Equipment

2 Reasons to Book

Help give back

As a UK registered charity, venue income is reinvested into charitable operations.

Historic venue with a colourful history

including strong links to feminism and author Mary Wollstonecraft