Congregations

Venue Details

Venue Details

The King's Hall in the Armstrong Building, where Congregation ceremonies are held, is named after King Edward VII, who performed the official opening in 1906.

King's Hall

The King's Hall is also used for exams, concerts, and other meetings and gatherings.

Entry to the King's Hall for a Congregation ceremony is by ticket only.

A ticket entitles the guest to

  • a seat (or a wheelchair space if applicable)
  • a ceremony programme
  • entry to the reception, including a Welcome Drink and Canapés

The King's Hall is wheelchair accessible and has a hearing loop system. Take a virtual tour of the King's Hall and Armstrong Building.

King's Hall
The King's Hall within the Armstrong Building.

Live screening

The ceremony is broadcast live on a large screen in a lecture theatre in the Armstrong Building.

Entry to the Live screening is by ticket only.

A ticket entitles the guest to

  • a seat
  • a ceremony programme
  • entry to the reception, including a Welcome Drink and Canapés

The live screening is wheelchair accessible via a lift and has a hearing loop system.

The Live Screening Room