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Liverpool’s Grade I-listed town hall dates back to the 18th century. It also boasts a range of up-to-date event spaces. The Main Ballroom features an original sprung floor, three crystal
chandeliers and built-in audio, seating up to 210 dinner guests or 270 theatre-style meeting delegates. The Small Ballroom also has two original crystal chandeliers and a sprung floor, and space
for 80 at dinner or 130 in a meeting. The classically furnished West and East reception rooms can accommodate 60 guests apiece, while the Central reception room is a little larger and has access to
an external balcony with views of the city. Beavan and Gladstone are smaller boardroom spaces on the ground floor with original fireplaces and high ceilings. The standout meeting space is the
Council Chamber, a grand room with original dark wood panels and red leather seats that hold up to 220 delegates in a set configuration.