Hiring The Auditorium

Opened in November 2011 the venue's flexibility is its strength. With retractable seating, The Baths Hall can cater for 1,024 guests when in all seated mode or 1,800 with a standing floor and seated balcony. 

Situated in Scunthorpe, just five minutes from the M180 and 20 minutes from the M18, The Baths Hall is the region’s newest and most exciting venue and perfect for hosting conferences and events.

  • Large multi-functional auditorium 22-metres by 25-metres 
  • Staging area 22-metres by 10-metres
  • State of the art PA and lighting systems
  • Fully fitted kitchen on site
  • Catering options available - from buffet to five course meal
  • Enclosed, secure loading bay for several vehicles
  • Backstage en-suite dressing rooms
  • Private, on-site car park for organisers, suppliers and contractors
  • Wi-Fi throughout the building
  • Technical support if required
  • Dedicated conference and events officer

Download a full technical specification from the 'useful documents' link below. For details on how to hire The Baths Hall or Plowright Theatre for your event contact (01724) 296296 or email [email protected] 

The Baths Hall

The Plowright Theatre

Who we've worked with

Since opening in November 2011, The Baths Hall has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. They include promoters such as:

  • SJM Concerts
  • Live Nation
  • CMP Entertainment
  • Avalon Entertainment
  • Off The Kerb
  • DHP Concerts
  • Derek Block Concert Promotions
  • Handshake Group
  • Birmingham Stage Company
  • Phil McIntyre Entertainment
  • Bill Kenwright Ltd
  • Enchanted Entertainment
  • BBC Children In Need

Acts who have performed on The Baths Hall stage include:

  • Arcade Fire
  • Florence and the Machine
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Paul Weller
  • The Vaccines
  • Jimmy Carr
  • Sarah Millican
  • Enter Shikari
  • Jason Manford
  • UB40
  • Hairy Bikers
  • The Levellers
  • Bill Bailey
  • The Darkness
  • Moscow City Ballet
  • The Mousetrap
  • Horrible Histories
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat