Skip to main content
Royal College of Music No.11 Cavendish Square Science Gallery London No.4 Hamilton Place One Birdcage Walk The Postal Museum Sadler’s Wells Horniman Museum and Gardens Houses of Parliament The Royal Institution of Great Britain 10-11 Carlton House Terrace ArcelorMittal Orbit RSA House British Library Two Temple Place The National Gallery Chiswick House and Gardens Goldsmiths' Centre, The Somerset House Sir John Soane's Museum Swan at Shakespeare’s Globe Science Museum Royal Opera House Royal Museums Greenwich The Royal Institute of British Architects Royal Hospital Chelsea Whitechapel Gallery Royal Horticultural Halls Westminster Abbey Wellington Arch Royal Geographical Society Wellcome Collection Venue Hire Wallace Collection Royal College of Physicians Royal Albert Hall Victoria and Albert Museum Twickenham Stadium Royal Air Force Museum Trinity House Royal Academy of Arts Tower of London Tower Bridge Old Royal Naval College Tate Modern Tate Britain Syon Park St Paul's Cathedral St Martin-in-the-Fields Southwark Cathedral Spencer House Natural History Museum National Theatre Museum of the Order of St. John Museum of London Museum of Brands The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple Madame Tussauds LSO St Luke's Lord's Cricket Ground London Zoo (ZSL) London Transport Museum London Museum of Water & Steam Leighton House Museum Kew Gardens Kensington Palace Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn HMS Belfast Harrow School Hampton Court Palace Guildhall Garden Museum Foundling Museum Dulwich Picture Gallery the Design Museum Cutty Sark BFI IMAX BAFTA 195 Piccadilly Banqueting House Churchill War Rooms Central Hall Westminster Freemasons’ Hall Spitalfields Venue

Sternberg Clarke provide stellar entertainment at the Natural History Museum

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 14:15

Sternberg Clarke was delighted to be involved in the launch of Museum of the Moon at the Natural History Museum and provided a couple of entertainment acts that they felt perfectly encapsulated the evening’s celebrations.

With artist Luke Jerram’s inflatable moon taking pride of place above the invited guests in Hintze Hall, musical trio Entourage played a number of superb tunes beneath the lunar spectacle, their combination of saxophone, violin and DJ proving to be an excellent way to enjoy the evening.

The photos from Noah at Two by Two really showcased the possibilities of using the Natural History Museum as an event venue and superbly acknowledged how important entertainment is to ensuring a well-rounded evening! This was most notable when Luna took to the stage with their ‘Moona’ act, a performance that sees a talented acrobat effortlessly perform around a crescent moon-shaped hoop.

Attendees were eager to capture the act on their phones, especially because when taken at a certain angle, the performer appeared to be relaxing inside the Museum of the Moon itself. The wonders of perspective!

It was truly a remarkable evening at the Natural History Museum and one that will live long in the memory for all who were lucky enough to attend.