With a screen that’s taller than four double-decker buses, the Science Museum’s in-house Imax Theatre is a high-impact venue for conferences, screenings and awards ceremonies. Tiered seating gives each guest an unobstructed view of the screen, while the state-of-the-art surround sound and lighting system will ensure your message is delivered loud and clear. Guests can now combine the Imax with the Flight Gallery for daytime events.
Earlier this year The Stroke Association hosted their Amazing Brains: Research to Recovery event here at the Science Museum. Stroke happens every five minutes in the UK and can often have a life changing impact. The brain, however, can adapt, and The Stroke Association support people to rebuild their lives after stroke.
This fantastic event started with a drinks reception in Making the Modern World followed by a series of inspirational talks in the IMAX Theatre hosted by presenter and journalist, Kaye Adams.
Charitable events such as Amazing Brains: Research to Recovery can act as a fantastic platform for exposure.
In order to help more charities promote their cause and continue their incredible work, we are offering a 20% discount on venue hire for all events taking place in the IMAX from now until January 2020.
So, if you are a charity who would be interested in communicating your message to a 400-seater IMAX Theatre within the cultural heart of London, get in touch with us today to redeem this offer.
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"I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to you and your team for last night’s award ceremony.It was a fantastic evening, and everything went incredibly smoothly! Of course, a lot of that was down to you and your superb organisation and management of your team on the night, for which I’m so grateful.It was a pleasure to work with you."