Here in Liverpool we have an incredible number of lecture theatres, all of which would be the perfect venue for your conference.
The Auditorium at ACC Liverpool
This venue offers intimate meetings to large conferences, depending on your needs. There are 29 breakout rooms, 1,350 seat tiered auditorium and an arena that hosts 10,000.
The ACC can turn your conference into a professional hybrid studio, with high-spec equipment, internet and experienced technicians. You can find out more about the lecture theatre spaces ACC Liverpool have here.
Concert Room at St Georges Hall
The venue is a Grade I listed building in the heart of Liverpool City Centre, St Georges Hall is the epicenter of community and cultural history of the city. The Concert Room frequented by Charles Dickens has a spectacular Minton tiled floor, making the Concert Room an extraordinarily unique venue of grand proportions.
Seating up to 516 guests for a performance or conference with a theatre stage for panels, presentations and performances, the Concert Room can be a venue perfect for your needs. The venue can assist in hosting both small and large conferences, making it a perfect place for a truly special conference. You can find out more about Concert Room at St Georges Hall here.
Council Chamber at Liverpool Town Hall
Liverpool Town Hall is the formal office of The Lord Mayor of Liverpool and a key building for the City Council, situated near to Liverpool’s magnificent waterfront and conveniently located at the heart of the city centre. Built in 1749 and designed by John Wood, the Grade 1 listed Town Hall is recognised as one of the finest surviving town halls of the 18th Century – it is a masterful example of Georgian architecture.
Seating 156 guests in the fixed seating or up to 220 with additional seating added, if needed. The Council Chamber is particularly ideal for conferences, having been built for the conduct of Civic business featuring marvellous oak and mahogany woodwork.
This space offers an incorporated audio system, projector screen and newly installed webcasting system, perfect for a hybrid event. With spectacular and flexible additional spaces for dinners, receptions and meetings with modern facilities, the Town Hall is ideal for all your conference needs.
Global Theatre at Museum of Liverpool
Museum of Liverpool played host to the G7 Summit 2021, situated on the city’s famous waterfront close to the equally world-famous Mersey Ferry. This venue is perfect to enhance your conference with extra facilities to offer during breakout times.
Seating 180, Global City Theatre is set in the Global City gallery on the ground floor. The theatre has a fully integrated AV with a stage and large screen. The theatre is complimented by a range of breakout spaces across the museum as well as displays showing local history throughout the years.
Treasure House Theatre at World Museum Liverpool
Treasure House Theatre is situated in the dazzling World Museum, seating up to 80 allows your guests to sit amongst the collection at the World Museum, which played host to China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors in 2018.
Seating up to 80, Treasure House Theatre allows guests to sit amongst our collection. The space is partly flexible and can also be set for meetings. There is a stage which can also be utilized. The theatre comes equipped with integrated visual AV and additional AV can be booked with the events team. The theatre is complimented with 4 floors of exhibitions and breakout spaces.
Lecture theatre at Merseyside Maritime Museum
The Merseyside Maritime Museum is a spectacular venue full of history and situated on the famous Royal Albert Dock. The lecture theatre can seat 200 guests and is complimented with a private event suite with stunning views across the waterfront.
The space is also flexible and can be transformed into multiple layouts, with fully integrated AV. There is a platform area with a lectern and large screen as well as 4 floors of exhibitions including the International Slavery Museum.
Victoria Gallery and Museum at University of Liverpool
From the Victorian elegance of the Victoria Gallery and Museum’s Leggate Theatre to the brand-new Tung Auditorium, in the soon to be launched Yoko Ono Lennon Performance Centre. The University of Liverpool campus is situated a short walk from Liverpool City Centre.
A venue with lecture theatres aplenty, the Leggate theatre seats 230 and is tiered, offering the perfect backdrop for public lectures, conferences and presentations. The Leggate theatre is named in memory of Jack Leggate, the former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine (1953-1969).
Alongside this, the Tung Auditorium is an art performance and lecture space that can seat 400 and cater to hybrid conferences. This auditorium is available to hire from Spring 2022 and all the lecture theatres are fully equipped with AV desks and tech support.
Spaces at The Spine
One of the healthiest buildings in the UK, Spaces at The Spine is Liverpool’s newest event destination. It offers world-class dynamic spaces for conferences, workshops and dining, as well as event production services to accommodate virtual and hybrid events.
Its name derives from the striking geometric staircase to the north of the building, inspired by the form of the human vertebrae. It boasts panoramic views across Liverpool City Centre and beyond, and an impressive internal biophilic sky garden, reconnecting people to nature and creating a healthier environment.
Spaces at The Spine has ergonomic, modern and intelligent spaces showcasing the best-in-class building connectivity and agile audio-visual systems. It also offers a flexible design and layout to create bespoke physical and hybrid events time and time again.
The technology across the floors is next generation, and provides reliable, secure, high-performance connectivity to increase client engagement.
Our team are on hand to help you choose the perfect lecture theatres in Liverpool to meet the needs of your conference. To find out more information on any venue mentioned above or to book them, use the enquiry form here.