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What's New: London Venues — October 2010


Archives for October 2010

Rhubarb Cater at RAH - What's New: London Venues Rhubarb Cater at RAH

One of London's leading caterers, Rhubarb, has just been announced as the official provider at The Royal Albert Hall. Already installed at the London Eye, it's a great coup for the firm.

All Aboard: HMS President 1918 Relaunches - What's New: London Venues All Aboard: HMS President 1918 Relaunches

It was all hands on deck this week for the relaunch of HMS President 1918, which was celebrating its recent refurbishment and appointment of sole caterer Dish. President has six event spaces, but our tip is to grab the President’s Suite, comprising three areas – The Wrennery, Captain’s Quarters and Foredeck, with dramatic views of the London Eye. President, which is a stone’s throw from Temple Tube, can accommodate groups of eight for meetings, up to 350 for a reception and 240 for sit-down dinners.

Soho Members' Club Opens to Events - What's New: London Venues Soho Members' Club Opens to Events

Tucked away in Soho’s Kingly Street, sleek private members’ club Bureau is now available to private hire for the first time ever. Available seven days a week for a maximum of 120 guests, the once-nightclub is perfect for upmarket receptions. Its discreet location – you may’ve walked past many times without realising it was there – makes it ideal for product launches and intimate events. The event space is seriously service driven, with innovative tableside mixology delivered from a roving cocktail trolley for private groups. For more information, call Claire on 020 7494 4386.

Delve inside earlier archives for September 2010 or browse through newer archives for November 2010.