Located on the ground floor of the building, the Lecture Theatre has fixed tiered seating for up to 210 guests. The room hire includes the use of the Marble Hall and adjoining Gallery located on the lower ground floor for registration and catering, a technician during the hours booked and audio visual equipment (data projector, lectern, 6 top table microphones, 2 hand held radio microphones, 4 tie clip radio microphones, laptop)
The Manufacturing room is located on the first floor and offers an abundance of natural light and views over St James's Park. One of our larger rooms, the room is a flexible space and can be arrange in a variety of layouts. This room is also ideal as syndicate space when used in conjunction with the Lecture Theatre. A registration table and a coat rail are available outside the room.
Located on the second floor, the Council room features Edwardian styled antique oak panelling and an ornate plaster ceiling. One of our larger rooms, the Council room is a flexible and can be arranged in a variety of layouts. It is also a popular room for evening drinks receptions and dinners, A registration table and a coat rail are available outside the room.
Located on the lower ground floor, the unique Venetian palazzo-styled Marble Hall and adjoining Gallery is the perfect registration and catering area for events held in the Lecture Theatre. This space is also available to hire as a standalone space of an evening for drinks receptions and dinners,
The David Napier is located on the fourth floor and is perfect for both theatre style and boardroom style layouts. This room can also be used in conjunction with the adjoining Harry Ricardo room. A registration table and coat rail are available outside the room.
The Joseph Whitworth Room is situated on the ground floor and enjoys natural light. It is located along the impressive Presidential corridor from reception. It can be used for business meetings and breakout or workshop style sessions supporting a conference.
The Frederick Lanchester Room is on the first floor with natural light and is ideal for small business meetings. This room celebrates the career of Frederick Lanchester who made important contributions in the fields of automotive and aerodynamics.