Used as a \'door double\' for No 10! Located in central London, just behind the Strand, the house was designed especially for the Society by Robert Adam in the early 1770\'s. Today the Georgian façade of the royal society conceals many unexpected delights of the traditional and contemporary architecture offering an array of rooms including theatres, boardrooms and subterranean vaults.Benjamin Franklin Room, Durham Street Auditorium, Tavern Room, The Great Room, The Vaults, The Folkstone Room and The Gallery. The venue offers a great selection of options for events and has enjoyed hosting many film and photographic shoots. London, WC2. Venue. Easily accessed from Charing Cross. Exterior can be dressed to resemble No.10 Downing Street. Production credits: Little Britain, television; Dr Who, television; Bright Young Things, feature film
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