Liverpool Medical Institution Venue Hire L3
This Grade II listed building is situated opposite the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Hope Street quarter. The LMI offers a relaxed and professional setting for meetings, training days, dinner parties and receptions. TheThe building boasts an historic lecture theatre (1837) and board room, together with two modern seminar rooms, all of which have up to date audio-visual equipment, air conditioning and natural light or blackout facility. Additional features include spacious exhibition/catering areas with impressive ceiling domes, breakout areas and parking facilities.
This centrally located facility offers an historic ambience within a spacious relaxed atmosphere and the area offers many reputable hotels and restaurants. A dedicated conferencing team will assist with all your requirements.Packages
LMI Conference Centre offers a selection of beautiful event spaces, Steeped in history, our Lecture Theatre is an ideal venue for conferences, debates, lectures, awards and presentations. If your event is smaller, we have three seminar/ board rooms and a variety of styles, sizes and layouts to choose from, so you can customise your workshop, seminar or training session to your activities. Add some interest in the stunning oak panelled Council Room, or go for a more modern feel with the Wolfson and Cecil Gray Rooms.
When you’re ready for a break, the Gallery, Dining Room and Oak Study (three atmospheric adjoining spaces with impressive glazed ceiling domes and table seating) make a great space for refreshments, catering and networking. Or if you’re looking to for an evening dinner with a difference, the dining areas can also be gorgeous setting for a seated banquet.
The Lecture Theatre is a gorgeous Victorian D-shaped (wedge-shaped) theatre with two seating tiers. The Theatre seats 120 persons in upholstered fixed bench seating. The room dates from 1837 and features several large antique portraits, pitch pine panelling and an elegant large glass ceiling dome. The dome gives natural light but can be screened during PowerPoint presentations. The curved walls give it excellent acoustics.
We have three adjoining dining areas, the Gallery, Oak Study and Dining Room, complete with a small bar off the Dining Room.
Relax on antique furniture in the amazing atmosphere of our historic medical portrait galleries, which are lit with impressive glazed ceiling domes.
The available dining space can be extended into the adjacent Orthopaedic Library for more space.