Event Spaces

Set in a modern waterfront development, close to Leeds city centre, New Dock is home to the Royal Armouries Museum and NEW DOCK Hall providing an idyllic setting for your next event. On site there is a multi-storey car park for 1,650 vehicles and 850 Hotel bedrooms within 5 minutes’ walk.

Proclaimed as the ‘Knightsbridge of the north’ with exclusive high street shopping, 4 & 5 star hotels, Michelin star restaurants and a raft of trendy bars; Leeds is the ideal location with excellent road, rail and air links.

We are a UK leading conference & events team with a reputation that has been built on a breadth of knowledge, experience and an understanding of what our clients need for the ideal event. We deliver conferences, banquets, exhibitions and events from 20 to 1500 delegates and co-ordinate every aspect of your event from the initial planning through to your transport home.


new-dock-sideAdjacent to the Royal Armouries Museum, NEW DOCK hall has a contemporary minimalist feel providing you with the perfect blank canvas to create your event. Our largest event space and Leeds’s largest banqueting and exhibition venue – NEW DOCK hall – is unrestricted by pillars, giving limitless scope for your presentations and creative ideas and so is ideal for anything from conferences and exhibitions to gala dinners, impressive product launches and meetings.

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Royal Armouries Hall

rai-hall-sideEasily accessible on the ground floor and near to the Museum’s main public entrance, the Royal Armouries hall is divisible, flexible and adaptable with a range of seating arrangements and layouts.

This remarkable room offers theatre style or cabaret style seating and has the added advantage of being able to divide into three sections.

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Bury Theatre

bury-theatre-sideThe Bury Lecture Theatre is a purpose built, self-contained, air-conditioned lecture theatre on two tiers.

This stylish facility can acommodate from 70 to 250 delegates in comfortable, cinema style seating. It’s gently sloping floors provide excellent sight lines to the fixed stage, Bury Theatre together with its data projection facility, in-house sound and lighting systems.

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Wellington Suite

wellington-suite-sideThe Wellington Suite on the first floor of the Museum offers breathtaking views across New Dock. It has a full service bar located in the room and ample reception area for your guests to take in the delights of the Museum and mingle.

The Wellington suite is a popular venue for conferences, luncheons, business breakfasts, intimate banquets and Christmas parties.

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Tower Gallery

tower-gallery-sideThe Tower Gallery is an ideal conference and seminar room and can accommodate between 30 and 60 people.

The room can be equipped with a data projector and screen, white board and pens. The meeting room benefits from ample natural daylight and has enviable north facing views across the city of Leeds.

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War Gallery

war-gallery-sideThe museum’s War Gallery is a popular venue for creating themed evenings and provides an historic backdrop for your festive Christmas dinner; where your guests can enjoy an exciting display of dramatic interpretations and live action events.

Enjoy your reception drinks whilst experiencing authentic extracts from the 95th Rifles regiment which formed on the basis of the hit TV series “Sharpe’s Rifles”……

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Tournament Gallery

tournament-gallery-sideThe Tournament Gallery is one of the most impressive gallery displays giving you the opportunity to step far beyond any other reception or dinner experience.

From uncontrolled beginnings, the tournament developed into a highly regulated and sophisticated sport with as many varieties as football. From the 15th century onwards special weapons and very specialised armour were required for the various types of tournament and the Royal Armouries contains an unparalleled collection of these…

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Oriental Gallery

oriental-gallery-sideAsian culture is far more diverse than that of Europe and whilst the era of the Chinese emperors and Sultans has long been swept away, the beauty of their arms and armour is echoed in the Royal Armouries Museum Oriental gallery, which has been preserved in its entirety for an experience which is full of eastern promise.

This gallery is ideal for a drinks reception or a banqueting experience that could include sushi or other oriental dishes for the more discerning diner…..

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Hunting Gallery


“Dinner in the Hunting Gallery is the epitome of private dining”

The Edwardian Gunroom in the Hunting Gallery remains one of Yorkshire’s most exclusive traditional private dining venues, ideal for an intimate dinner party where your guests, welcomed by chilled champagne from the house of Laurent –Perrier, might indulge their palates upon salmon Romanov, quails eggs and then wild boar…

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News Room

newsroom-sideThis is a flexible room with some fixed seating and a flexible area in front for presentations or audience participation. Alternatively it can be filled with further seats to maximise capacity.

The News room has a lobby for delegate registration or display. It is on the museum’s fourth floor near the Oriental and Hunting Galleries, so your guests can enjoy the Museum’s magnificent collection during break times. 

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Cinema of War

cinema-war-sideThis comfortable fixed seating theatre style venue provides the perfect backdrop for audio-visual displays and presentations which can include video and film from 60 to 100 guests.

This room offers privacy and is self-contained. It is located on the Museums’s 2nd floor in the War Gallery, where outside the cinema area your guests can enjoy the museum’s collection of arms….

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