Recommended capacity: 26 (u-shape), 28 (classroom, boardroom, cabaret) and 70 (theatre, reception)
Size: 80 square metres
Facilities: Comfort cooling, centrally controlled electronic blinds, free wi-fi access and refreshments
AV facilities: Mobile executive credenza unit with Smart 17" sympodium interactive display, AMX controller, Blu-ray and DVD player, digital media player, personal computer, electric wall-mounted projector screen, ceiling-mounted Sanyo projector and digital signage
Named after Watson Fothergill - Architect
A leading architect practicing in the East Midlands in the late nineteenth century – and widely revered as Nottingham city centre’s greatest architectural influence. Fothergill designed over a hundred buildings including houses, banks, churches, shops and warehouses - many of which still survive today. He worked in the Gothic revival and Old English vernacular styles, which were very popular in the Victorian times.