As the complete technical solutions specialist, White Light works in some of the country’s most prestigious venues, offering production support on a range of events. The company is already an approved supplier to Historic Royal Palaces, Unique Venues of London, the Tate Galleries, Saatchi Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum to name but a few. With such a strong reputation in the corporate events industry, the company has recently been appointed as an approved supplier to the Southbank Centre.
The Southbank Centre is a world-famous, multi-venue arts centre located on London’s South Bank on the River Thames. It first opened in 1951 and has grown considerably since then. Alongside its extensive international arts programming, the venue also hosts a series of events across its multiple spaces. Alicia Earls, WL’s Business Development Manager, comments: “The Southbank Centre is a stunning venue in a fantastic location. It has unrivalled views of the capital and the catalogue of event spaces means it can cater for any occasion”.
Alongside the main Royal Festival Hall space, the Southbank Centre has the St Paul’s Roof Pavilion which is situated on the building’s sixth floor and overlooks the City of London. There is the Weston Roof Pavilion, which offers first class facilities for weddings and events. There is also the Sunley Pavilion and Level 3 Function Room which is perfect for an intimate venue space in Central London.
Alongside these are two exciting spaces which are due to open in 2018. These are the Queen Elizabeth Hall, which is currently undergoing restoration, along with the Purcell Room which will have 306 seats and focus specifically on artistic functions.
Alicia adds: “We are really excited about working at the Southbank Centre. At WL, we are in the fortunate position of being able to offer the very latest technology (due to our continued investment) along with expertise staff to help deliver unforgettable events. We have been trusted to work on some huge projects over the past twelve months alone, from the recent OMEGA Lost in Space event at Tate Modern to the University of Cambridge fundraiser at Banqueting House, to the Save the Children Gala at Guildhall. We can offer clients technical solutions that aren’t available anywhere else; something we will continue to do at the Southbank Centre”.
Alongside their appointment at the Southbank Centre, WL has also recently been appointed approved supplier at the Foundling Museum and the recently re-opened National Army Museum.
Alicia adds: “These are two more exciting venues that we are delighted to add to our already extensive list. Both are very different in terms of spaces but both offer clients brilliant options when hosting their events”.