Harbour Lights Picturehouse, overlooking the waterfront in Southampton's Ocean Village, has two auditoria, conference/seminar rooms, an art gallery and a spectacular bar and terrace directly facing the marina. Private parking is available for cinema customers in addition to the public parking throughout Ocean Village.
The venue was voted Britain's best-loved independent cinema by the readers of Empire magazine, and it has proved to be an exciting setting for conferences, charity galas, premieres, press launches, lectures and product launches. We can provide facilities and space for as few as 10 people or as many as 325; whether for a focus group, a seminar or an AGM, the space can be adapted to suit your requirements.
Our experienced and friendly events team is happy to advise you on any aspect of your project to ensure that, whether it is large or small, formal or relaxed, your event will use Harbour Lights to its fullest potential.
The Harbour Lights Picturehouse is the perfect venue to host events such as:
• Product Launches
• Corporate Events & Celebration
• Private Screening Parties
• Kids Screening Parties
• Private Bar Hire
• Charity Events / Fundraisers
• Christmas Screening Parties
• School Trips / Educational Trips
Corporate Event Hire – Conferences & Meetings
The Picturehouse has a wide range of facilities to suit your private hire and conferencing needs. The auditoria accommodate a large number of people and are ideal for presentations, product launches, lectures, AGMs or business meetings. Our projection facilities enable film or video presentation and the screens are ideal for Powerpoint or slide displays.
School Screening & Events
We believe that film and cinema have an increasingly important role to play within the National Curriculum, aiding pupils’ learning and development throughout their formal education.
Our education team work closely with teachers and Local Education Authorities to deliver a year-round, diverse programme of screenings, talks and workshops, all carefully designed to complement the National Curriculum at different levels and develop young people’s cine-literacy skills.