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Royal Horticultural Halls announce new entertainment and creative programming list

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 12:45

After much consideration, Royal Horticultural Halls has re-tendered its list of Entertainment and Creative Programming suppliers, with a focus on providing its broad client base with extensive creative choice and variety alongside bespoke event planning.  

Seven companies have made this new list, which now offers everything from circus performances to food trikes.  These companies are: Velvet Entertainment, Uptown Events, Prelude Entertainment, Heaps & Stacks Creative, Stormont London Entertainment, Cirque Bijou Entertainment and Ideas Box Unique Eat Tricycles.  This new and exciting list will enable clients to truly bring their imaginations to life, whether they are planning a corporate event, a charity fundraiser or a magical wedding in the unique central London period venue.

Lorraine Thorne, venue sales manager at the Royal Horticultural Halls said, “Entertainment and Creative Programming are integral elements of event planning for any organiser.  It is vital that we offer our clients access to the foremost providers on the market. Our exciting new supplier list does this, enabling all our clients to feel confident that they can create an amazing event in partnership with professional and bespoke entertainment companies.  We look forward to continuing to create exquisite events in The Royal Horticultural Halls.” 

Cirque Bijou said, “Cirque Bijou are thrilled to stay on Lindley Hall's preferred supplier list. We love working in Lindley Hall as the venue acts as a blank canvas where dreams can come to life and its beautiful high ceilings are perfect for circus performances.”

Tim Gale, of Velvet Entertainment, said, “Velvet Entertainment are incredibly proud to be able to note the Royal Horticultural Halls as one of our latest accredited venues for provision of live entertainment and non-musical acts.  The venue has incredible period features, a superb central location and offers incredible scope for all manner of corporate and private events.   It would be an understatement to say that we’re just a little excited to be talking with clients and working closely on future projects over the coming months and years!”