• City Chambers Exterior
  • City Chambers Exterior
  • City Chambers Exterior
  • City Chambers Exterior
  • City Chambers Exterior


Capacity at City Halls and Fruitmarket

Event Type Capacity
Reception 120-600

These figures represent capacity for the City Halls Recital Room and The Old Fruitmarket

City Halls is the oldest purpose built performance and meeting space in Glasgow and has underwent an extensive £15 million redevelopment which has enhanced the beauty of the original features whilst maximising and modernising the Halls' excellent multi-purpose facilities.
The meeting rooms and conference spaces within the complex are suitable for hosting from 15 – 400 delegates.
The venue lies right in the heart of the Merchant City, Glasgow’s arts and culture quarter.

The Grand Hall is a lavish formal auditorium with world-renowned acoustics, raked seating and balcony. It offers the perfect setting for formal awards ceremonies and presentations.

The Grand Hall seats up to 936 delegates and you can rest assured that every one of them will have a good sightline to the stage, whilst sitting in comfort.

The Recital Room is a bright , self contained rectangular room which can host a conference for up to 120 delegates. There is no fixed staging, allowing you to customise the layout to suit your needs. The Recital Room is also a very popular venue for wedding ceromonies and receptions.

The Club Room is also a self-contained rectangular room which is ideal for boardroom meetings for up to 15 people and can host meetings in a theatre style layout for up to 50 delegates. This venue can also accommodate receptions for up to 50 delegates.

The iconic grand staircase and promenade area are also available to host drinks receptions.

The entrancing venue has retained its period charm, including its lofty vaulted roof, cast iron columns and original ironmongery signs which are hung along the balcony.

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