Meeting and events can be held in many of our prestigious buildings offering a perfect setting for board meetings or conferences
The Great Hall was built in the early 1900’s and are a landmark in the town and a popular venue for conferences and lectures. The Great Hall can seat up to 250 people with a further 150 in the gallery.
Audio visual equipment can be made available upon request.
The Arthur Marshall and Cecil Lewis Rooms are the two reception rooms which sit alongside the Great Hall. Both can be booked for smaller meetings, events or receptions.
Both rooms seat up to 80.
Located in the School’s Common Room, the private dining room seats up to 50 guests and has a private entrance.
The Stahl Theatre the 264-seat Stahl theatre is situated on West Street in the heart of Oundle town. This attractive chapel building was converted into a theatre commemorating the generous bequest of Rudolphe Stahl (OO). It opened its doors to the public in March 1980. It is an ideal venue for a comprehensive drama course that includes constructing and painting sets, stage management, costumes, make-up, lighting and sound, as well as acting and directing. The Stahl regularly hosts performances of all kinds including screenings for the Oundle Cinemas.
Oundle School’s state of the art Sports Centre boasts a unique venue for meetings, training and small events.
A large hospitality space which can be divided into 3 separate studios plus a dedicated dance studio with a sprung floor.
The combination of studios seat up to 150 guests.
This attractive building was opened in 1918 and is dedicated to the exhibition of Art with a reception area and Gallery. Major restoration work was undertaken in 2013. The interior was stripped to reveal the original oak panels which were cleaned and lightened. The display area was redesigned on the ground floor and the gallery upstairs was opened up to provide further exhibition space. It is now one of the most attractive galleries in East Anglia. The space is adaptable and suitable for activities such as poetry readings, plays and small concerts as well as exhibitions. The Gallery has also been used for informal receptions & celebrations.