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Team Building at Plaisterers’ Hall

By |2018-08-31T13:54:19+00:0019, 04, 2018|

Situated just five minutes’ walk from Moorgate Station, Plaisterers’ Hall is not only conveniently located, it also has capacity for 600 keen team building guests! The venue is comprised of four different sized rooms, making it an incredibly flexible event space for a wide range of team building activities.

The main space, the Great Hall, is an impressive backdrop with a double storey height and floor-to-ceiling windows allowing for natural light to fill the room. What’s more, the adjoining rooms work perfectly for breakout sessions or smaller group activities.

With over 30 years’ experience, we know we can work our team building activities in any venue or location. We’ve scouted out Plaisterers’ Hall and know the best options for the space. Of course, if you’re looking for something a little different, let us know! We’re confident we’ll be able to tick all the boxes for your next team building event.

Team Building at Plaisterers’ Hall - Eventwise

Murder Mystery

With a setting like this, Plaisterers’ Hall is a brilliant (and beautiful) backdrop from the classic murder mystery. It’s our ultimate whodunnit where everyone’s a suspect until proven otherwise! Enjoy the suspense, mystery and intrigue as you get closer to solving the crime.

Murder Mystery - team building

iPad Movie Making

Sit yourself in the director’s chair… or do you prefer being in front of the camera, or perhaps you’d rather look into the finer details as props manager. Whatever your film ambition, you can make it reality.

iPad Movie Making - team building

Chocolate Challenge

The Chocolate Challenge is any chocoholic’s dream day out! Guests compete against each other to design and create their own bespoke handmade chocolates, learning about everything from mixing ganache, piping, flavouring, capping and decorating truffles with a range of coatings.

Chocolate Challenge - team building

High Roller

The aim of the team building game is to construct a track with your team mates, but you won’t all be working together in one group, you’ll be divided into smaller teams and tasked with build 1/6 of the roller coaster track. If there’s no communication, the track won’t fit together and certainly won’t run smoothly.

High Roller - team building

Contact us to find out more about what we can do for you!