Sheffield City Hall is a historic Grade II listed building that boasts an illustrious group of previous guests that include Winston Churchill, The Beatles and The Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Originally built in 1932, Sheffield City Hall underwent a £12.5 million refurbishment in 2005 that saw the building modernised whilst maintaining its classic beauty. It is made up of a cluster of halls that accommodate a variety of events. The Oval Hall seats 2,271 whilst the North and South Halls are highly versatile and can be made into dining and exhibition spaces. The semi-circular Memorial Hall offers a unique seating arrangement that intimately encloses a stage.
Its close proximity to Sheffield train station and more than 2,500 hotel rooms in the city make it a fitting setting for international business events.
Area: 800 sq metres
Airport: Doncaster Airport (25 miles), Manchester Airport (44 miles)