Flexible and versatile but always brimming with the latest tech, ShapeShifters can cater for everything from a small group meeting, a 40 person fire-side chat through to a 120 person networking event.

We have simple meeting room packages, bookable by the hour, half day or full day; all of which include tea, coffee and water as well as free fibre Wi-Fi and access to clickshare and touchscreen technology.

What’s more, we’re the only venue in Aberdeen where you can combine a board meeting with delicious food, tasty cocktails and team building all in one space. We’ve got every solution covered.


From £20 per hour

Break out form the norm and brainstorm in our creative bubble. Enjoy our Head in the Clouds meeting room and impress your clients with your choice of space for creating those Big Ideas.


from £30 per hour

Host from 6 to 20 people in our Head in the Clouds meeting space or make use of our Bar and Cocktail lounge as part of a private meeting. Make the most of an away day with fibre broadband, creative corners and breakout options.


from £600 per day

Think big and bring all of the key players together in one space. Host a presentation, organise a board get-together or arrange a workshop. We have the perfect space for you and with full support form our talented Events Team you’ll be the envy of your clients and guests.

Breakout Spaces

Unique Team Building

City Centre Location

Creative and Inspiring


Secure Wifi


Video Conferencing

Full Support

Catering Options

Entertainment Options

Multi-use Spaces


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