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Haslett Room

Hireable on its own or as part of a flexible suite in conjunction with our Kelvin Lecture Theatre, the room is well suited to networking and exhibitions.

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Check availability and book either by phone or via our live chat.

What’s included in room hire?

  1. Complimentary Wi-Fi
  2. HD display screens for branding or content display
  3. An on-site support team
  4. Built-in TV and sound system.
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Explore the Haslett Room

 

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From sit-down fine dining dinners to informal buffets, barbeques and cocktail parties, we can cater for all kinds of events, no matter how formal or casual.

Browse our latest menus or find out more about our catering team.

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Haslett Room hire costs

The price of hiring the Haslett Room includes all of the above facilities and excludes VAT.  Additional AV facilities and equipment is available.

Visit our catering page for more information about the additional dining opportunities and charges.

For more information view our current room hire costs.

Maximum capacity

120 (reception)  

Day rate

(8am to 5pm)

£1,625  

Half day rate

(N/A)

-  

Evening rate

(6pm to 11pm)

£1,000  

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Did you know?

This room is named after Dame Caroline Haslett, an electrical engineer and champion of women’s rights, becoming the first secretary of the Women’s Engineering Society.

She is recognised for opening up a whole new industry to women, working through both world wars to educate women on understanding more about electricity and engineering.

Her story makes this room a perfect exhibition space for events with purpose, promoting inclusivity.

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