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An ideal setting for lectures, presentations, film screenings, and speeches

Our state-of-the-art rooms, such as the Kingston Lecture Theatre and Waterside Room, offer a seating capacity for as many as 150 people. These spaces feature stage setups, podiums, and lecterns, with the added benefit of the Waterside Room providing a picturesque view overlooking the canal.

We offer the perfect blend of history and modernity, making your next event memorable and impactful.

Why choose Austin Court for your lecture, speech or presentation?

Room with a view: The coveted Waterside Room is one of our most popular rooms, with huge double doors opening over the Birmingham canal and plenty of space for hosting post-event drinks or breakout activities.

A sought after theatre and lecture space: From conferences to seminars to film screening and pop-up cinemas, the Kingston Lecture Theatre includes a private green room, theatre style seating and branding and digital media opportunities for your next event.

Our tiered auditorium can accommodate up to 150 delegates and is fully equipped with all the latest technology, including AV equipment and technical support.

A flexible space for your needs: A choice of breakout rooms and catering spaces. Our staff are experienced and professional, and we will work with you to ensure your event is a success.

Find out all about our room hire prices as well as any packages or special offers.

Accessibility for all: Accessibility is well-considered at Austin Court with lifts, ramps, hearing, and visual assistance throughout.

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But don’t just take our word for it...

“We have enjoyed working with the IET Birmingham: Austin Court for two of our Community Events in the past. The team is very friendly and always on hand to help. The venue space and location are fantastic. We are looking forward to continuing to work with the IET in the future.”