Events: 50 – 140 delegates
Perfect for conferences, AGM’s, briefings, presentations, seminars, workshops and launch events
The Dalton Room
The Dalton Room is our main space and located at the heart of the Innovation Centre. It’s a spacious, adaptable and stylish room which complements larger events.
Completely flexible and giving you total control on the day, it’s excellent for seminars and conferences, workshops, briefings and product launches. It has floor to ceiling windows and a digital curtain allowing you to darken the room when key presentations are happening.
There is a fully integrated audio visual facility including a rear projected LCD projector and large screen (3000 mm), microphones (roaming and lapel) and free standing wooden lectern.
Maximum layout and capacities:
- Theatre style x 140
- Cabaret style x 63 (7 x tables of 9)
- Boardroom style (hollow square) x 50
- U Shape x 30
The Dalton Room set theatre style, maximum x 140 delegates
“Thank you for your help with the organisation and set up of the Dalton room for our BHF site visit. The meeting was a success and funding has been approved for the next five years!”
Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, 2015
Cabaret style, maximum set up x 63 (7 x tables of 9)
Providing a central hub for events, it connects all of the spaces together. A modern and dramatic setting it gives you the added benefit of further space for registration, breaks and lunch.
The high ceilings create an airy and contemporary setting, perfect for an exhibition or to finish the day with a drinks reception or networking event. Its popular for evening canapé receptions too.
The Street reception and arrival entrance
“Just wanted to say on behalf of the Alliance Manchester Business School team, delegates and myself a very big thank you for all your support and help last week.
Thank you for coming in earlier to open up for us it was much appreciated and between you both, we never waited more than a few minutes for a request to be solved or dealt with.”
Alliance Manchester Business School, 2015