Fairs and Exhibitions

With its central, town centre location, Loughborough Town Hall has been successfully hosting fairs, exhibitions, drop in events and market research type events in Leicestershire for many years. Being adjacent to the Market Place, the Town Hall receives a huge daily footfall and so is ideal for events which require passing trade.

Main Hall

Being on the ground floor, and with the option of using the theatre stage, the Main Hall is the obvious choice for this type of event (pictured above). The Main Hall holds up to 32 stalls (6 foot trestle tables). The main hall has played host to large scale wedding fairs, craft fairs, Gin Festivals and more. 

Please note: Due to a busy programme of live theatre, enquiries for bookings in our main hall should be made as far in advance as possible. Within 12 months notice, limited dates may be available for the main hall.

Victoria Room

The Victoria Room is another fantastic space to host a public fair with its beautiful traditional features, and adjacent bar if required. In February 2009 the Victoria Room provided the setting for the BBC show - 'Flog It'. This room has also hosted such events as Fair trade fairs, business expo's, networking events and more. The Victoria Room holds up to 24 stalls.

Beacon Room

Several Market Research companies hire the Town Hall on a regular basis throughout the year - usually the Beacon Room due to its size, location, and the option of using the room’s own fridge and external door. You are welcome to hire in your own equipment, such as ovens and fridge/freezers, all we ask is that it is PAT tested first and that the Town Hall is informed of the delivery and collection date. The Beacon Room holds up to 8 interviewing stations, with room for a product preparation area if required. For larger trials, the Victoria Room is available and holds up to 20 stations, along with an exceptionally high ceiling, that made it the perfect space for testing enormous train station screens recently.

Photographs

Loughborough Town Hall Events October 2019