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A £2.5 million redevelopment by the British Academy brings new life to the house of the 19th Century PM William Ewart Gladstone, which opened its doors last week.

Music Room

The classical Nash architecture includes opulent plasterwork in the Music Room, a grand Regency staircase flanked by torchere candelabras, and a state-of-the-art auditorium. The spaces in 11 Carlton House Terrace (together with its neighbour, No.10) are available to hire for meetings, functions and weddings.

Work began on the project in March 2010 to bring the magnificent buildings to life. The project involved knocking through two-foot thick walls in the Grade A listed buildings to unite No. 11 with No.10 and completely restore the rooms.

The venue launch coincided with the unveiling of a new website to showcase 10-11 Carlton House Terrace at

Both 10 and 11 Carlton House Terrace have had an eminent list of tenants, from William Crockford (inventor of the casino), to the Guinness family in No.11; and the Ridley family in No. 10. The British Academy has been based there since 1998.

Charles Howard, Business Development Manager at 10-11 Carlton House Terrace said:

“We are thrilled to at last be able to show 10-11 Carlton House Terrace to the world. Steeped in history and with a visual magnificence that will take your breath away, the building really is something special. London has a stunning new venue and we invite you to come in and have a look.”

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