A socially distanced talk in the Ondaatje Theatre.
If you’re planning a conference, lecture or meeting over the coming weeks and months as coronavirus restrictions ease, look no further than the Society’s COVID-secure venue. We offer safe, high quality, cost-effective hybrid event options, which combine the very best elements of ‘face-to-face’ audience-based events and live-streamed online events thanks to our with state-of-the-art audio-visual broadcast and recording facilities. Our experienced Venue Hire team will help you deliver a successful and COVID-secure event.
Our hybrid packages include exclusive use of our historic lecture theatre to host speakers and in-person attendees in a socially distanced setting. Our professional live streaming and recording facilities enable clients to broadcast their events live from the Society’s stage as well as to connect to remote speakers so they can participate in talks, presentations, and Q&A sessions.
The Society's state-of-the-art AV equipment ensures a broadcast quality experience.
To bring your hybrid event to life, we also offer a pre-event waiting room, giving you a powerful way to promote awareness of your organisation or upcoming events to your digital attendees. Once your event begins, our state-of-the-art vision mixer enables you to replicate the look and feel of your organisation’s branding, while our 4K cameras ensure that your online audience receives a broadcast quality experience. Online attendees can also join in with Q&A sessions with your speakers and live audience.
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The safety and wellbeing of staff and visitors to the Society is our top priority and we have introduced a range of COVID-19 safety measures. The Society observes ‘We’re Good to Go’, the industry standard in partnership with The National Tourist Organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social and physical distancing, so you can relax and focus on your event.
The Ondaatje Theatre.
Let us help you to deliver a memorable hybrid event in one of London’s most iconic venues. Our expert team will work closely with you to manage every aspect of event planning for summer and autumn 2021. Get in touch today or read more about hiring our venue here.
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