Church Auditorium/Main Hall
The Auditorium, or "Main Hall," is a spacious bright room with original U-shaped gallery and excellent acoustics. The room can accommodate up to 250 people seated with additional seating for 50 in the undergallery on the ground floor and further 50 seats up on the balcony. The Auditorium features a large stage with a Steinway grand piano which is available for hire as well as flexible staging elements and surround sound system. The apse is decorated with a beautiful war memorial mural by Reinhard Behrens depicting the Lothians coastline at sunrise and sundown. A historic 2-manual organ is situated on the balcony. The Auditorium has fully accessible facilities, including an accessible wheelchair ramp, induction loop for those hard of hearing, ample space for wheelchairs and a fully accessible toilet nearby.
The Young Room found at the rear of the building can accommodate up to 60 people seated. The room is octagonal and features a piano, access to the kitchen through a sliding hatch and natural light from large windows and glass ceiling. The young room has a wooden floor and is suitable for multipurpose use and is currently used for a variety of classes, children's activities and meetings. The room can be used in conjunction with the adjoining session room. There are 60 folding chairs and 12 pop up tables which are available for use and hire of them is free of charge.
The Session Room is a smaller carpeted room at the back of The Church that can accommodate up to 25 people seated. Fitted with a TV, table and set of chairs, it is perfect for holding meetings. Can be used in conjunction with the Young Room or hired as dressing room or storage space for performances in Auditorium.
Number 7 is our community and outreach centre based at 7 Raeburn Place on the main high street in Stockbridge. The space is set up café style where coffee and tea are available. It is ideal for small classes, meetings, talks, small scale presentations and exhibitions.
A building plan is available to download from here