Featuring the Laban wall drawing, a specially commissioned piece of public art by Michael Craig-Martin, the foyer is a visual explosion of colour seen immediately as you enter the building.
The Laban foyer or ‘main street’ is a unique, ramped concourse area adjacent to the Bonnie Bird Theatre, incorporating a contemporary bar area seating up to 40 people.
Ideal for drinks receptions, presentations and standing buffets for up to 450, the foyer can be complemented by live or recorded music and film projections.
- Approx Area: 570 square metres
- Max Height: 5.63 metres
- Door Height: 2.7 metres
- Door Width: 1.87 metres
- Natural Daylight: Yes
- Blackout: No
- Lighting: Fluorescent/Tungsten
- Air Conditioning: Yes
- Soundproofed: No
NB. A number of rigging points / lighting bars are available for additional lighting / projection etc
- Playback facilities for CD & cassette
- Cloakroom facilities
- 1 x Laban Technician (8 hr call)
- 1 x Event Manager
- 2 x Front of House staff
On an architectural tour of the Laban Building you can expect to experience Herzog and de Meuron's inspiring spaces and chaotic beauty, created through collaboration with the visual artist Michael Craig-Martin. The tour will explore spaces filled with vivid colour and dynamic form. These include dance studios, interlocking corridors, interior courtyards and a performing arts health suite - all centred around the main theatre space - the heart of the building.