Crosby Hall

The Courtyards & Interior of Crosby Hall

Crosby Hall Oriel Window, in the home of Dr. Christopher Moran

Glimpse the stunning courtyards and interior of the architectural legacy English Heritage has dubbed “London’s Tudor palace,” “The most important surviving domestic Medieval building in London,” and “Extraordinary.” Continue reading

Her Majesty The Queen unveils portrait by Irish artist Colin Davidson at Crosby Hall, with special letter by Prime Minister Theresa May

Dr. Christopher Moran, Chairman of Co-operation Ireland, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and Irish artist Colin Davidson with political leaders, pictured discussing Colin’s portrayal of Her Majesty at Crosby Hall

~ Remarks by Dr. Christopher Moran, Chairman of Co-operation Ireland Chairman delivered at his home, Crosby Hall, during the unveiling of a portrait of Her Majesty The Queen by Irish artist, Colin Davison, in 2016: Your … Continue reading

Dublin’s Mace & Coach secured for historic 800th Anniversary Lord Mayor’s Parade

At Crosby Hall ~ 13 November, 2015 This weekend marks the 800th anniversary of the Lord Mayor’s parade in the City of London which is expected to attract over 500,000 spectators and millions of television viewers. … Continue reading

Country Life Magazine features Crosby Hall

Crosby Hall Christopher Moran

“Building the Past” by Clive Aslet, Editor, Country Life Magazine The view from the roof garden of Crosby Hall, near Chelsea Old Church, is one of the most extraordinary in London. There, on the other side of the … Continue reading

Crosby Hall – ‘the most important surviving domestic Medieval building in London’

Crosby Hall Interior Country Life

by Dr. Simon Thurley, Director of English Heritage, in Country Life Magazine Crosby Hall Crosby Hall’s story is extraordinary. The most important surviving secular domestic Medieval building in London, Sir John Crosby’s great hall has on several … Continue reading

Her Majesty The Queen and Her Excellency President McAleese Celebrate Co-operation Ireland’s 25th Anniversary at Crosby Hall

President Mary McAleese and Queen Elizabeth II

One hundred and fifty guests attended a Co-operation Ireland Celebratory Dinner in London to mark the 25th anniversary of its peace-building work on the island of Ireland. Joint Patrons Her Majesty The Queen and Her Excellency … Continue reading