An Ideal Venue for hire
Everyone has attended conferences and venues and AGMs and the like where the facilities supplied were less than ideal. Most of us are adults and so it is never comfortable to have to sit on hard wooden, or even worse, plastic chairs at small tables for any extended period. And yet that is what many of these events expect us to do. Not only are the seats hard and uncomfortable but they all make a noise on the wooden floor.
And the acoustics are less than ideal. If you are in a small room with a maximum of 12 people who are seated in a U of a circle where they are all facing one another it is very different if one is sitting in a large hall with a hundred or more people and they are seated in rows. Anything that the person in front facing the audience says may be heard by everybody. But should someone in the front ask a question someone sitting near the back will battle to hear.
If the object of the meeting is the AGM of a bowling club or a Parents Teachers meeting then it is probably acceptable. If however one is holding an AGM of the shareholders of a big corporation then it is anything but good enough. The objective of any meeting where one wants to impart a message and get the attendees to go away stirred and prepared to take action must keep attention on the message and ensure that everyone in the auditorium feels involved. But in the case mentioned above a lot of the audience will be going home feeling a sore bum and will have in all likelihood missed the point of the show. In any event they are unlikely to be fired up into taking immediate action.
It is imperative therefore that one checks the facilities of the venue one chooses. If one is looking for an auditorium with state of the art audio visual equipment, with superb acoustics, with comfortable seating and a huge screen where all can see the presenter and the screen unhindered than one has to realise that the auditorium of one of Odeon's 100plus multiplex cinemas might just be ideal.
For a start they are plush. Carpeted throughout to keep the sound under control, access to and from the auditorium is always good. There is a large front-of-house for coffee or tea and other refreshments. The rest room facilities are always kept clean and tidy and the locations are always accessible.
Secondly the theatre sizes vary so one can arrange to rent big venue for 1000 people or a small one for 50 depending on one's requirements. And furthermore one can easily arrange a roadshow going from cinema to cinema to get the message to as many people as possible near their residences.
Odeon have a team of event organisers ready to discuss your needs and offer you options so if you are looking for suitable Venue Hire for a conference or product launch or similar event give them a call.
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