20th biennial congress – In-person – 8-10 Sep, 2022 Cambridge, UK

Our Congress home: West Road Concert Hall

West Road Concert Hall is one of Cambridge’s premiere music venues. Ideally situated only minutes’ walk from the famous Cambridge Backs and King’s College, the Concert Hall will provide a unique and special setting for the 20th EPA Congress.

We will have exclusive use of the site during the congress, providing a welcoming, collegiate & invigorating space for academic & scientific discussion.

Our venue has one main auditorium (the Concert Hall), and five lecture rooms (LR1-LR5). All oral presentations, including our Mental Health Question Time roundtable, will take place in these rooms. Posters will be displayed in the Recital Room, where lunch will be served. A second lunch station is situated in the Foyer. 

Download our Congress floorplan (PDF).

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The venue has class-leading facilities for our congress, including:

  • Main auditorium with a capacity of up to 499 people
  • Spaces for up to 6 parallel sessions
  • Dedicated lunch/poster viewing space
  • Enhanced safety measures in place for COVID-19, including hand-sanitising and social distancing protocols
  • Large foyer space for networking & discussion
  • Wi-fi
  • On-site high quality catering
  • Quiet / prayer room
  • Parents room
  • Disability access (full details)
West Road Concert Hall is located immediately next door to Selwyn College, where many delegates will be staying. Selwyn will also host our Congress dinner on Friday 9 September, and all delegates are permitted to make use of the College grounds and café-bar during the Congress. The location map below (and available here) provides full details. 
Congress venue map

Location map