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Keith Prowse hospitality offering for the 2013 / 2014 rugby season

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Keith Prowse is gearing up for the approaching rugby season, which is only weeks away. The QBE Internationals, held in November, will see England play three consecutive test matches against Australia, Argentina and New Zealand at Twickenham Stadium, the home of England rugby.

The UK’s leading hospitality provider delivers bona fide corporate hospitality packages which guarantee guests an unforgettable experience, including official seats, fabulous views, great food and wine, as well as high-profile guest speakers.

Hospitality packages include a Champagne reception, complimentary pre and post-match bar, a four-course lunch with matching wines, and celebrity guest speakers. Packages are based within Twickenham Stadium in suites including;  Rugby House & Players’ Lounge in the South Stand, St. George’s Suite, Obolensky’s and Wakefield in the east stand and The Green Room in the North Stand.

This year, Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton has designed the four-course menus for the St George’s Suite and will be running the kitchen during the Australia, New Zealand and 6 Nations matches. Guests can expect pre meal snacks such as ‘slow cooked smoked chicken wings with miso mayonnaise’, followed by ‘smoked black Angus tartare, radishes, horseradish and mustard leaves’ to start, and ‘flamed côte de pork, heritage carrots, white polenta & spring onions’ for mains finished. A ‘milk chocolate mousse, praline, and a chocolate éclair with salted caramel ice cream’ will be an option for dessert.

Ted Walker, head of marketing at Keith Prowse, said: “We are all very excited for the Rugby season ahead of us. Keith Prowse has a great range of packages on offer with the best seats in the house, and we are especially proud of our on-going relationship with Jason Atherton.”

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