Our Venues

All of our Venues have an independent power source to ensure uninterrupted functions – 24/7

The Glenhove Events Hub offers a fully equipped  200 seater auditorium, free on-site secure parking, Wifi and an exclusive lunch selection from a wide range of delicious dishes

Please see available venues

Alexander Fleming Amphitheatre

Prior to his discovery of penicillin, Alexander  Fleming already had a reputation for excellence in medical and chemical research. He actively researched potential drugs with antiseptic properties after watching many soldiers die of sepsis due to infected wounds during World War I.

This superb venue offers the following:

  • 200 seater inclined amphitheatre
  • Complete Audio Visual equipment with built in speakers, projector and dimmable lighting functions, all fully remote controlled
  • Comes standard with laptop and wireless pointer
  • Full technical support included throughout event
  • Sound proof and great acoustics
  • Uninterrupted power supply
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Wheel-chair friendly

Serturner Executive Boardroom

As a pharmacist’s assistant, Friedrich Serturner was the first chemist to separate morphium (morphine) from opium. In the 18th century opium was a widely available and addictive drug (and as you may have heard it wasn’t only popular for its medical properties).

This elegant Executive Boardroom offers the following:

  • Beautiful Golf course view
  • Great natural lighting
  • Built-in retractable screen
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Generator backup power
  • Wheel-chair friendly 

John Pemberton

One of the most popular drinks to date, Coca-Cola was invented by trained pharmacist John Pemberton in order to counteract his own addiction to morphine. Initially the drink contained alcohol, kola nut and damiana and was marketed as a ‘Pemberton’s French Wine Cola’.

This large venue can accommodate a variety of layout options and includes:

  • Great natural lighting
  • Built-in retractable screen
  • Mind mapping wall charts
  • Generator backup power
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Wheel-chair friendly 

Joachim Blanck Library

The first apothecary established in what is now South Africa was Joachim Blanck. A member of the Guild of Apothecaries in Amsterdam, Blanck settled in the Cape in 1653. It was not until the early 19th century that the function of the pharmacists in South Africa was first defined. This enabled pharmacists (Chemists and Druggists) to organise themselves into a professional group distinct from other medical professions.

This small intimate venue is used for closed discussions and meetings, and offers:

  • Freestanding 2×2 projector screen
  • Generator backup power
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Outstanding view
  • Wheel-chair friendly 

Sir Joseph Wilson Swan

Sir Joseph Wilson Swan was an English physicist, chemist, and inventor. He is known as an independent early developer of a successful incandescent light bulb, and is the person responsible for developing and supplying the first incandescent lights used to illuminate homes and public buildings, including the Savoy Theatre, London, in 1881.

This dynamic large venue offers:

  • Accommodates a variety of layout options
  • Great natural lighting
  • Built-in retractable screen
  • Mind mapping wall charts
  • Generator backup power
  • Fully air conditioned

Dora Akunyili

Dora was a pharmacist and governmental administrator who gained international recognition. She became the Nigerian Minister of Information and Communications from 2008 to 2010. She won several awards for her work in pharmacology, public health and human rights.

This elite large venue offers the following:

  • Accommodates a variety of layout options
  • Beautiful Golf course view
  • Great natural lighting
  • Doors leading to balcony
  • Built in PA system, including ceiling mounted speakers
  • Large built-in retractable screen
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Generator Backup Power

James Parkinson

James Parkinson was an English surgeon, apothecary, geologist, palaeontologist, and political activist, who is best known for his 1817 work, “An Essay on the Shaking Palsy” in which he was the first to describe -“paralysis agitans”-, a condition that would later be renamed Parkinson’s disease by Jean-Martin Charcot.

This medium-sized venue can accommodate a variety of layout options and includes:

  • Beautiful Golf course view
  • Great natural lighting
  • Large built-in retractable screen
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Generator Backup Power

The Botannics Bar

The rehabilitation centre designed to help you relax and unwind after a hard day’s work.

Berry Grey Lennon Golf Terrace

This 40 seater capacity outside patio, weather permitting, offers a lovely fresh venue for any occasion.

Henry Wellcome Foyer

Sir Henry Solomon Wellcome was a British pharmaceutical entrepreneur. He founded the pharmaceutical company Burroughs Wellcome & Company with his colleague Silas Burroughs in 1880, which is one of the companies to eventually merge to form GlaxoSmithKline. In addition, he left a large amount of capital for charitable work in his will, which was used to form the Wellcome Trust, one of the world’s largest medical charities.

Architecturally unique, 150 seater capacity with a gorgeous view overlooking the golf course. Perfect setting for the perfect event.

The foyer offers a lovely extension to the amphitheatre to accommodate exhibitions and/or networking between sessions.