12 March 2010;
Registration for the conference is now closed.
Set in the heart of Newcastle Upon Tyne city centre, The Assembly Rooms is one of the city's finest and grandest Georgian buildings dating back to 1776.
This historic building is of international importance and has been sympathetically restored to match it's former glory and is to this day, according to the inscription on it's foundation stone laid in 1774:
|"Rooms dedicated to the most elegant recreation"|
Designed by William Newton, the building was completed and the opening celebrated with an assembly in Newcastle's famous Race Week, on Midsummer's night in 1776. Now into it's fourth century The Assembly Rooms have in the past operated as a casino.
A combination of great pride and particular attention to detail during the restoration of the Assembly Rooms, combined with unparalleled levels of service have ensured that the Assembly Rooms are once again a premier location for both corporate and social functions.