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Twilight Trees provide perfect backdrop for opening night extravaganza

Wednesday, December 18, 2019 - 11:30

For a musical with six Tony Awards and dubbed “One of the most remarkable shows in musical theatre history” by The Washington Post, only a venue as grand as Banqueting House would do for the opening night after-party for ‘Dear Evan Hansen’.

The show’s West End debut was impeccably planned by Zafferano with production by White Light Productions and the inclusion of nearly 40 Twilight Trees. The transformation of the venue into a homage to The West End Show was utter perfection. Over 700 guests were welcomed into the venue which was bathed in blue light from the offset. A large projection of the show’s logo was cast onto the exterior wall of Banqueting House. The entire venue, including much of the food was themed blue and white in line with their branding. Tailored food stations were situated either side of the throne alongside 2 white Japanese Blossom Twilight Trees.

The Undercroft was the star of the show as it was transformed into an orchard of Apple Blossom Twilight Trees which not only looked show-stopping against a blue backdrop and was a symbol pivotal to the plot.

In other news, Twilight Trees are ecstatic to announce that we are the Regional Winners of The Wedding Industry Awards in the 'Special Touch' category.

Photography by Stephanie Wolff.