Oxford Venues


Venue Map

Venue - Opening Ceremony

Sheldonian Theatre

Broad Street,

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and completed in 1669 this is the grade I listed ceremonial Hall of the University of Oxford. 

Situated in the heart of Oxford, this beautiful venue is also easily accessible on foot or via public transport.

Venue - Conference, Exhibition & Exhibitor Reception

Examination Schools


75-81 The High Street,

The University of Oxford’s largest City centre conference venue.

Built between 1876 and 1882 and designed by Sir Thomas Jackson, this historical Grade II listed venue was created to house the University of Oxford’s examinations. While still used for this purpose today, this flexible venue is also ideal for large conferences, business meetings, and a whole range of events all year round.

Situated in the heart of Oxford, it is easily accessible via a range of public transport methods or is within easy walking distance of many of Oxford’s landmarks and home to this years ICEC 27 - ICMC 2018 Conference.

Venue - Welcome Reception & Closing Celebration

Oxford Town Hall

6 St. Aldates,

Oxford's Guildhall was built on the site in 1292. It was replaced by the first Town Hall in 1752, designed by Isaac Ware. In 1891, an architectural design competition was held for a new building on the same site. The local architect Henry Hare won with a Jacobethan design. The 1752 building was demolished in 1893 and the current building was completed in 1897.The new building originally housed the public library and police station as well as the city council. During the First World War, the building was converted into the Town Hall section of the 3rd Southern General Hospital. From 1916, it specialised in treating soldiers suffering from malaria.

In 1936 Oxford City Police moved to a new police station further down St Aldate's. The central public library is now in the Westgate Centre in Queen Street. The Oxford Town hall will be used for the opening & closing celebrations at this years ICEC Conference.


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