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1 Riverside Esplanade

Telephone No.

01382 305665

Perfect for

  • Conferences
  • Dinners
  • Exhibition
  • Media Location
  • Private Dining
  • Product Launch
  • Receptions

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V&A Dundee will transform the cultural landscape of Scotland.  Housed in a world-class building, designed by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the building encapsulates V&A Dundee’s innovative attitude, confident ambition and broad outlook. It has outstanding social spaces, making it a great place to meet, eat, relax, browse, learn and shop while enjoying the building's architecture and its beautiful location on the River Tay.

V&A Dundee is designed as a living room for the city – and an exceptional location for unique and engaging events. The building offers three spaces which are ideal to entertain staff and clients – our auditorium, and our Upper and Lower Locke Halls.

Lower Locke Hall

An impressive space with stepped walls permeated by slot windows to create a unique environment which immediately instils a true sense of place. On the far side of the hall a large window frames the view of the River Tay and the hills of Fife – connecting audiences with the city’s breath-taking location. 

Upper Locke Hall

Situated between the galleries, with views into the Scottish Design Galleries, this extensive foyer can seat 250 people for a dinner.

The Juniper Auditorium

Located on the upper level with views towards the east of the city, this is a bright, airy space with high ceilings and a flexible layout. It has been designed to allow use for a variety of corporate events, including seminars, workshops, lectures, meetings and performances. Adjacent to the main restaurant kitchen, a full catering service can be provided within this space.


Theatre Classroom Banquet Reception Boardroom Area Ceiling Height
Lower Locke Hall 236 136 250
Upper Locke Hall 250 550
Lower & Upper Locke Halls 800
The Juniper Auditorium 144 72