Tobacco Dock launches The Dock Gallery

The new venue, a blank canvas space which can be used in conjunction with the other open-plan style rooms, is available for corporate hire.

Tobacco Dock
Tobacco Dock

Located on the ground floor, The Dock Gallery has a maximum capacity of 600 people standing or 255 seated theatre-style.

Jonathan Read, commercial director at Tobacco Dock said: "We are very excited to offer The Dock Gallery to event and experiential organisers. The new space provides a solution to a problem which some of our clients face when wanting to incorporate an enclosed, stand-alone space alongside our existing offering. The Dock Gallery gives us greater flexibility for our existing clients and also provides a unique, creative space for the small to medium-sized conferencing market, opening up more business potential.

"There is a strong demand from both our event agency clients and in-house corporate event teams for the space and we have already confirmed 12 bookings from existing and new clients and are continuing to receive new enquiries for The Dock Gallery on a daily basis."

 

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