Our facilities aren’t just available for our visitors and customers. At many of our sites, organisations and members of the public can hire our facilities too. If you're interested in finding an indoor or outdoor location to hire, please contact us to discuss your needs.
From national touring shows to local community productions, there is always something on offer for all members of the family to enjoy, whether you’re eight or 80!
Watch an eclectic mix of genres including music, comedy, live screenings, spoken word, dance, film and drama. Make sure not to miss our annual pantomime, which has been entertaining children, parents and grandparents since 1973, making it the oldest traditional pantomime in Peterborough.
We welcome people from near and far to enjoy the jewel in the crown of Peterborough’s cultural landscape at Flag Fen; the most important Bronze Age site in Europe.
Visitors will enjoy how people lived in days gone by at this archaeological important site while walking amongst the flora, fauna and wildlife that can be seen throughout the year. The onsite café provides hot and cold food and snacks and there is a gift shop for you to browse during your visit. The site welcomes individuals, schools and groups at the site and offers onsite parking for its visitors.
To find out more about its facilities send us an email.
The Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery is based in the heart of the city with easy access to public and private transport. We welcome individuals and groups to enjoy our facilities which include vast array of individual and group exhibitions from pre-historic eras to more recent cultural history, a range of art exhibitions in our dedicate galleries, on-site coffee shop preparing hot and cold food and snacks and a gift shop to purchase Peterborough-themed items and publications for you to choose from.
We also offer the opportunity for people to hire space at the venue during our normal working hours. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
In addition to the wealth of books available for members to borrow, the library services offer a range of other services for people to enjoy. This includes free use of computers and wi-fi for people to book, online access to a wealth of published media, community events and activities at its sites across the city and the opportunity to delve into its archives to discover centuries’ old information and photographs capturing the history and heritage of the city.
The college’s facilities aren’t just for their students’ benefit, groups and organisations can also hire their space too. The college has two sites in the city; their Brook Street campus ideally located within the city centre and their John Mansfield Campus, based in Western Avenue, Dogsthorpe.
Groups, organisations and individuals can hire fully serviced, quality rooms and space at affordable rates – from just £15 per hour. Registered charities can also benefit from a discounted rate.
So, if you’re looking for space for a meeting, event or other occasion, contact the college at email@example.com