Located on the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, St Luke’s Chapel was formerly the church for the Radcliffe Hospital. Now deconsecrated land, the Chapel has been beautifully restored to showcase its pre-Raphaelite stained glass windows and vaulted ceiling. Completed in a simple gothic style the Chapel is a Grade II listed building and is named after the gospel writer St Luke, the patron saint of physicians.
The large, rectangular interior of the Chapel makes it a flexible event space with a capacity of up to 80 people in theatre style layout. This venue is also an ideal space for private dining. A range of options are available for this including our ‘live theatre’ offer in which our Chefs prepare your meal right before your eyes whilst answering your culinary queries.
At the current time, St Luke’s Chapel is only available to hire to customers within, or associated with the University of Oxford.
St Luke's Chapel
Radcliffe Old Quarter, Oxford OX2 6HT
1 meeting spaces with capacity for up to 80 guests for Dining, Buffet, Theatre, Boardroom, Cabaret, and U-Shape functions.
"Very impressed with the booking system "
Oxfordshire County Council
01865 276 905
The main room is rectangular shaped with beautiful views of the staining glass windows
AV and PA system, WIFI access and hearing loop
Fully disabled access; situated on the ground floor
Term & Vacation