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Kingston University offers a range of state-of-the-art facilities, unique venues and flexible learning spaces that are available to hire.
Our campuses are located in the historic riverside town of Kingston upon Thames, just 30 minutes from the heart of London.
We have invested heavily in cutting-edge specialist facilities, laboratories, studios and workshops covering a wide range of disciplines. They can be hired for concept testing, product development, research, creative ventures and more.
Facilities are fitted with professional-grade equipment; technical expertise is available from dedicated expert technicians who can support you in your use of our spaces.
Kingston School of Art recently completed an award-winning £32m extension, featuring a suite of world-leading art and design studios and workshops.
To find out more or to enquire about hiring Kingston University's specialist facilities and resources, please contact Business Services.
Our versatile, modern venues and high-quality spaces can facilitate a variety of meetings, events and occasions.
We offer classrooms, lecture theatres, meeting rooms, event venues, exhibition spaces, filming locations and dining facilities of varying sizes. Our University spaces can also offer ideal locations for filming.
Visit the University's Conferencing website for further information.
Town House, winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2021, Kingston University's new landmark building on Penrhyn Road campus is available to be hired for meetings, conferences, filming, performances, events and more.
Designed by award-winning Grafton Architects and capturing the spirit of learning and community cohesion, the building features an amphitheatre-style performance space seating 270 and a meeting room seating 30 on the top floor with stunning views over Kingston.
Our well-equipped halls of residence can be hired outside of term-time for residential conferences, groups and individuals.
The University also has a sports ground at Tolworth Court which provides excellent facilities for outdoor sports, with a pavilion comprising a café, bar and event space.
Located close to Kingston Hill campus, Dorich House Museum is the 1930s former home of renowned sculptor, Dora Gordine. The museum holds the largest collection of Gordine's paintings, drawings and sculpture in the world, as well as an important collection of Russian art and design.