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Assembly Room

The Assembly Room (c.1782) is on the first floor of the building and has the benefit of a stage which can be used for concerts, etc.

The Assembly Room, the Council set up with theatre style layout
The Assembly Room set up theatre style
Image showing the Assembly Room, The Council House, Chichester, set up for a large wedding reception with circular group tables and a head table
The Assembly Room set up for a wedding reception

The room has a wooden floor with four fireplaces (not in use) with niches over the mantels which are individually lit.  It is one of the few eighteenth century assembly rooms in the country that is still used for meetings and concerts.

The room is suitable for Wedding Receptions, Concerts, Conferences, Fairs, Exhibitions, etc.

It is accessed by the main staircase and a lift is available.

The room capacity is 180 persons seated or 120 persons seated plus tables (eg. wedding receptions).

Room size: 18m x 8.5m

Hirers of the Assembly Room also have use of the Crush Bar seating area, serving hatch and kitchen.

To discuss any room hire requirements and get up to date prices please contact Claire Adams.

Rooms for Hire Leaflet (PDF download)

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