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Showroom Cinema & Workstation
The central venue for The Children’s Media Conference is the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield. The Showroom Cinema is a purpose built 4-screen cinema and conference venue, just 5 minutes from Sheffield railway station.
Registration and one-to-one commissioner meetings are in the Workstation, which is just next door to the Showroom Cinema.
All public areas of the Showroom and Workstation are fully accessible for people using wheelchairs. Please notify the Box Office if you wish to reserve a wheelchair user space in the cinema. Toilet facilities for wheelchair users are available in the bar, café and lower cinema lobby. The Showroom has a lift for customer use.
The HUBS is the venue for the Tuesday CMC Skillbuilders, conference sessions and for delegate lunches during the conference. It is the distinctive silver building opposite the Showroom.
All public areas of the HUBS are fully accessible for people using wheelchairs.
Both Conference Keynotes will take place at the Crucible Theatre.
Please allow around 7 mins to walk to the Crucible from registration.
Pizza Express plays host to the pizza supper on Wednesday 4 July at 8pm.
124 Devonshire Street
Sheffield Town Hall
The International Exchange takes place in the Reception Rooms at Sheffield town hall, which is situated behind the Winter Gardens.
Please allow 10 minutes to walk from registration.
The beautiful Sheffield Cathedral is the venue for the opening drinks reception on Tuesday 3 July 2018.
The CMC party on Wednesday 4 July is at the Sports Lounge @Gentings Casino located next door to Novotel.
St Paul’s Place
CMC Playground takes place in the Arundel Room at the Millennium Gallery,
Playground is a week-long free exhibition of interactive art for children and families. Everyone is welcome.
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