The King's Centre is not just a building. With over 30,000 square feet of floor space, it has been used for theatre, music, conferences, meetings, training and exhibitions and has hosted the Prime Minister and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Oxford's largest city centre conference venue boasts a 1,000-seater auditorium and a variety of meeting rooms in modern and relaxed surroundings.
Whether your delegates are 50 or 500, 10 or 1,000, we can adapt our auditorium to fit your requirements. A static lighting rig provides adequate lighting for stage areas, and the video projector and 2 big screens can output from a PC, laptop, TV, DVD or video.
There are also meeting rooms and additional break-out rooms. All facilities are light, modern, well equipped and ready to host your event.They include The Cherwell Room, which provides an ideal setting for different functions such as lectures, business meetings or gatherings for up to 90 people in theatre style. The room can be arranged according to your seating requirements.
The Hinksey Room, on the first floor, is light and airy and can accommodate up to 60 people in theatre style seating; on the same floor is The Boardroom, seating up to 20 (theatre style) or 12 people (boardroom style providing the ideal environment for meetings or, interviews.
All facilities are light, modern, well equipped and ready to host your event, while The Foyer, adjacent to the auditorium, provides a relaxed and informal atmosphere for refreshments and meals.
In fact, here at The King’s Centre we offer on-site catering to meet your every need, whatever type of event being hosted, be it a fork buffet of mouthwatering salads or a selection of tasty brunch baps.
We’re conveniently situated in the city of Oxford and by the picturesque River Thames and close to train, bus, coach and motorway access. We are also committed to our Green Travel Policy to help reduce traffic congestion and improve the local environment – we’ve installed a total of 53 kWp solar panels in the building that is helping to offset 24.59 tonnes of carbon each year