HANGAR 6 - TEMPORARILY CLOSED - until further notice
Free Admission - We're open daily from 10.00am (parking charges apply)

Lecture Theatre

Our London Lecture Theatre capable of holding 220 people.
Our London Lecture Theatre capable of holiding 220 people.
The Seats in our London Lecture Theatre.
The Entrance to the Lecture Theatre located via Conference Reception Stairs

Stage measurements

Length:
8m (26ft)
Width:
1.75m (5ft)
Height:
36m (19ft)
Area:
14sq.m (130sq.ft)

Our Lecture Theatre offers tiered seating for up to 224 delegates with fold-down writing tablets and a fully equipped projection room. It is available for use during both day and evenings, either on its own or in conjunction with other facilities.

The theatre is capable of hosting large and complex presentations as well as simple lectures where you can just 'plug and play'. 

The nearby Art Gallery is the perfect space to use in conjunction with the Lecture Theatre as a meeting point and to host informal refreshments whilst guests enjoy the stunning views over the collection of aircraft in the Historic Hangars below. Alternatively, the Halton Gallery situated adjacent to the theatre is an ideal location to hold a table top exhibition as part of a conference.

These areas offer even greater value when used as part of our Day Delegate Rate.

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