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Faraday Room

Boasting a flexible floorplan that offers numerous layouts, the room can also be connected with the neighbouring Boulton Room, for capacities of up to 80 people see Boulton/Faraday Room.

Whether U-shaped, boardroom, classroom, or theatre style, the room’s eye-catching wooden beams and large windows, typical of the Austin Court aesthetic, provide a sense of purpose and occasion for every event.

Nestled in the heart of Birmingham, supported by motorway links, direct public transport and car parking, the Faraday Room is not only flexible but highly accessible for delegates both near and far.

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This room is ideal for…

  1. Displays and small exhibitions
  2. Medium-sized meetings
  3. Training sessions
  4. Workshops

What you get…

  1. Flexible layout options
  2. Spacious areas for exhibition stands
  3. Two adjoining spaces if needed
  4. Wi-Fi
  5. Landscaped garden views

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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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Faraday Room hire costs

All prices exclude VAT.

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Maximum capacity

30 (Theatre)  

Day rate

(9am to 5pm)


Half day rate


Evening rate

(6pm to 9.30pm)


Similar rooms



Boardroom format


Buffet format


Cabaret format


Classroom format


Dinner format


Reception format


Theatre format


U Shape format
Boulton Room   12   -   32   15   -   -   30   21  
Telford Room   18   -   50   40   50   -   60   24  

Did you know?

This room was named after Michael Faraday, celebrated for his discovery of electromagnetic induction which has today pioneered the modern electric motor and more.

Defined as ‘the greatest scientific lecture of his day’, Faraday was highly commended for his role in educating the public on cutting-edge science, making the iconic name acutely appropriate for an environment in which training, educational workshops, seminars, and more come to life.

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