Located in the heart of the Telliskivi Creative City and a short walk from the Old Town, the truly unique event venue Club of Different Rooms (Erinevate Tubade Klubi or ETK in Estonian) is now a member of the Estonian Conference Bureau.
Decorated in an extremely welcoming and homey fashion, the premises of Erinevate Tubade Klubi consist of the main hall and three smaller halls, which can be rented separately or together with the main hall. The main hall is divided into 12 separate living room inspired seating sections with sofas and armchairs, screens and smart tables. The venue can host up to 90 or 250 guests, depending on the desired seating arrangements and event format.
The club has an integrated operational multimedia park with presentation equipment, a TV studio, concert technology and special interactive solutions. The stylish spaces, state-of-the-art equipment and personalised approach to clients make the club an excellent venue for both physical and hybrid events. Organisers can even access a 40m2 green screen studio that can be used for an extremely creative touch to speeches and panel discussions.
Worried about COVID restrictions? ETK is the perfect venue for truly hybrid events, meaning the location of the event and the participants are not confined to a physical space. For example, the speaker and a small group of guests will be on the premises of the ETK, while others can join via video link wherever they wish. Or, for example, the guests are in the rooms of ETK, but the performer is abroad and broadcasted over a plethora of screens and multimedia devices. The possibilities are truly endless.
All in all, it is the perfect venue for a memorable business, leisure or celebratory event, be it a conference, seminar, concert, birthday or wedding.
As an added bonus, the club’s premises on the 4th floor of the A1 building in Telliskivi Creative City offer a versatile view of the Old Town and the surrounding industrial landscape.
For more information about the premises and organisation possibilities, visit the website of the Club of Different Rooms.
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