The Durham Street Auditorium is a purpose built theatre ideal for screenings, conferences and meetings.
The DSA was built on the last remaining stretch of 18th century cobbled roadway which was part of a tunnel beneath the House leading down to the Thames.
Whilst there are 60 fixed chairs the DSA can accommodate up to 70 guests.
The Durham Street Auditorium has a high specification for in house AV with a 3 metre screen and a PA system. The stage is a permanent fixture and makes video recording and conferencing an option in this space. Other features available in this room:
A modern and contemporary room with a simple Adam ceiling is ideal for smaller presentations, board meetings and candlelit dinners. The room currently features a series of etchings by Chris Ofili, on loan from the Arts Council.
This spacious and elegant ground-floor room features an RSA commissioned chandelier and two original Adam fireplaces. There is a large window that runs the length of the room providing a stunning view of the Strand.
We welcome visitors with additional needs and have tried to adapt our building and services to meet your requirements.
We are fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please speak to a member of our team or reception for assistance with this.
Hard of hearing
Induction loops are installed in the majority of the House. Mobile loops are available for use in all other rooms.
Large print versions of our publications and menus are available on request.