Marjorie Simpson

  • Up to 32 delegates
  • Ideal for meetings & workshops
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Room features

Marjorie Simpson is a bright, modern meeting room and event space which overlooks Oxford Street. Benefiting from natural daylight it offers flexible layout options for capacities up to 32 people.

All our rooms support video conferencing with Microsoft Teams or Zoom, making them ideal for hybrid meetings and events. And our in-house AV team will be on hand to help you get setup.

55 inch TV screen (4K Ultra HD)
Yealink videoconferencing
Complementary WiFi

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Marjorie Simpson room

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Latest technology

Latest technology

Our venue is packed with the latest AV tech to ensure your event is a success. From premium quality sound equipment and projectors to PTZ cameras and wireless presentation systems.

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Onsite hospitality

Onsite hospitality

Our hospitality menus have been created to suit a range of different events and meet delegate taste and dietary requirements. All food is prepared onsite using fresh ingredients of the highest quality, most sourced locally.

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Experienced venue staff

Experienced staff

Our friendly venue team have years of experience going above and beyond to support your events. And of course they also know our venue inside-out.

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Marjorie Simpson (1914–1992)

Marjorie Simpson played a major role in pioneering nursing research. After working in the Ophthalmic Department at St Thomas’,and training as an industrial nurse and a midwife, Simpson was appointed Nursing Officer (Research) at the Ministry of Health. She founded what is now known as the RCN Research Society, and was part of a team of nursing researchers working to develop a means of measuring the quality of nursing care. Simpson established the first nursing research units and facilitated government funding that enabled many nurses to work in research full time. Simpson was a member of the World Health Organization expert panel on nursing and was involved with the International Council of Nurses. She retired in 1974 and received an OBE the same year. Simpson was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing in 1976 for her dual contribution to nursing: in occupational health education and in nursing research.

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20 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0RN

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