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Assembly room

A room in a hotel or town hall, where social gatherings can be held.
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Since joining The Assembly Rooms and Bonbar, I've been made to feel like part of the family.
The team utilised a WordPress framework so that any updates could be managed in-house by the client, whilst the new website's opulent colour palette, glamourous font family and diamond overlay meant that the beauty and sophistication of the venue could be translated online, and everything The Assembly Rooms has to offer could be successfully promoted.
Anthony Michaelides, owner of the Assembly Rooms and Bonbar, said: "The amount of buzz that the North East Blogger Awards brought to town last year made it an easy decision for us to become venue partner for the awards this year.
The go-ahead for the move to refurbish and extend the Assembly Rooms is the first stage in an ambitious PS5.
Shazia Mirza: Bulletproof Until August 24, The Assembly Rooms @ 5.
Comedian Ruby Wax is on tonight and tomorrow in Sane New World at the Assembly Rooms.
It feels like an odd show, he added, because he's played acoustic music for years and now that he's recorded an electric album, the Assembly Rooms have asked him to play this show acoustically.
Inside, not only has the Assembly Rooms got tasteful shelves lined with real books, but, would you believe, some of the volumes are more than a century old and just begging to be read.
The 53-year-old smoker had earlier lit up during a press call at the Assembly Rooms and promised to do the same on stage.
The draft list of buildings which the council the council wants to offer greater protection to includes the Binns and Debenhams stores, Dr Brown's and the Purple Onion, Middlesbrough Fire Station, Linthorpe Assembly Rooms, the former Carter Bequest Hospital, North Ormesby police station, the workers' cottages in Marton, the Westminster Hotel, St Joseph's Church in Marton Road, St Francis's Church in Acklam, and TS1 in Linthorpe Road.
LIVERPOOL'S Georgian assembly rooms will be brought back to its former glory if proposals to build a new boutique hotel on the site are agreed.
The Parish lacked a distinguishable entry and was without a handicap accessible entrance and accessible routes to large assembly rooms.