The Mitchell is one of Glasgow’s
most famous and iconic buildings with its magnificent listed domed
exterior. Inside there is a spacious glass-enclosed foyer with café and
bar facilities flanked by a theatre, a large multi-purpose hall and a
range of meeting rooms providing a comprehensive choice of flexible
facilities within a single building.
The Mitchell can be used by
private and corporate clients as unique venue with period features in a
prime, central location. The Mitchell is an ideal and popular choice for
conferences, banquets, private dinners and business meetings.
The Blythswood Room is on the 5th floor of The Mitchell and offers a flexible space
with an ante-room to the rear which is ideal for breakout sessions or
refreshments. The room can accommodate between 40 and 85 people.
Burns Room boasts spectacular traditional features and is home to one
of the world’s largest Robert Burns collections, much of which is on
permanent display to visitors.This impressive, wood-panelled room is
suitable for a variety of events including private functions, author
events, meetings and other special occasions for between 50 and 100
guests, depending upon the room layout chosen.
Room is on the ground floor of The Mitchell, adjacent to the Conference
Centre, and offers clients a small, bright, flexible space with a
This room can be used as a standalone
meeting room or as an additional breakout space for the Conference
Centre. Depending on layout chosen, between 10 and 15 people can be
accommodated in the Fairfield Room.
The Jeffrey Room is situated
under the magnificent dome of The Mitchell and adjacent to the
building’s original marble staircase. The Jeffrey Room also benefits
from wonderful internal architecture and traditional features and can
offer between 50 and 100 guests (depending on layout ) a truly unique
atmosphere for a meeting, conference or recital (the Jeffrey is also
home to a Danemann concert grand piano).
Rooms offer three linked meeting, breakout or workshop areas and are
often used in conjunction with the Conference Centre.
can also be hired individually for smaller meetings of up to 35 although
the combined capacity of the three rooms is around 100 (in a reception
The Stirling Room is situated within the original
1911 library building and offers guests an impressive venue space with a
traditional character. This inviting room is ideal for a variety of
events including training seminars, meetings and talks which are
expected to have (depending on layout) between 20 and 35 people in
The Conference Centre provides a 400-seater
auditorium and can be combined with three immediately adjacent breakout
spaces (see Moir/Dyer/Simpson Rooms) to create a dynamic and compact
conference venue. The well-equipped Conference Centre is also a popular
choice for theatrical productions, dance shows, product launches and
larger business meetings.
The Main Hall at The Mitchell is on the
ground floor and is particularly suitable for dinner parties, dinner
dances, award ceremonies and receptions. Around 200 guests can dine in
style in The Main Hall and up to 300 guests can attend a reception in
this stunning venue space. Formerly the largest and most ornate of The
Mitchell’s public reading rooms, with its spectacular architecture and
decoration, The Main Hall is now also regularly used as a venue for
conferences, exhibitions, book and antique fairs. Currently there is a
whisky exhibition in the Main Hall.