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Royal Horticultural Halls blossoms with revamp

Royal Horticultural Halls
A major London venue is announcing extensive refurbishment and installation of state-of-the-art facilities to enhance its event offering to clients.
The Royal Horticultural Halls Lindley Hall has been redecorated, with the interior painted a vibrant off-white with contrasting grey curtains to help offset all manner of events, while the North Annexe has been renovated as a workshop space complete with projector, screen and AV facilities.


New technologies installed include an iPad controlled AV system, 18 wireless uplighters and energy efficient, intelligent lighting.  The catering offering has also been updated, with a number of fine dining standard suppliers selected after a three round catering process, including Ampersand, Create and Urban Caprice.

Fergus Wilson, Head of Commercial Operations at the Royal Horticultural Halls says, “Here at the Royal Horticultural Halls we are committed to giving our clients an exceptional experience and the best environment and facilities for their events, and this refurbishment is key to that commitment. 

“The elegant Lindley Hall’s fresh colour creates a bright ambience, providing the perfect backdrop to any event; a blank canvas for light and airy exhibitions through to colourful fashion shows.

“The technology now on offer as part of this revamp allows event organisers to truly bring their events to life at the touch of a button, without compromising the stunning period setting.  It is the perfect marriage of traditional and contemporary.”

The Royal Horticultural Halls, which originally opened its doors in 1904, plays host to hundreds of events each year including London Fashion Week fashion shows, expansive exhibitions and conferences.  The venue has also played host to several high profile stars as a film location.

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