As one of London Stock Exchange’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2015’, creative technical production experts, Hawthorn, boast a roster of high profile clients and work across a wide spectrum of live events from staging large-scale public spectaculars to the styling of more intimate dinners
Hawthorn joins the Science Museum’s list of approved Production Suppliers who are vetted for their technical expertise, creativity, adherence to health and safety legislation and ability to work to the venue’s strict operational procedures. Hawthorn, the UK wide creative technical production powerhouse, has a strong presence in London’s heritage sector with long-standing appointments at the Natural History Museum and Gibson Hall, and regularly works with landmark venues such as the V&A.
The Science Museum offers a diverse range of galleries and spaces for live events and can host up to 400 for a seated dinner or receptions for 750 guests in one gallery or 1,500 using a combination of galleries for receptions. The museum also boasts a 414-seat IMAX cinema which is regularly used for conferences and streaming events.
Ben Lheureux, Group Operations Manager at the Science Museum said: “We are delighted that Hawthorn has joined our accredited supplier list. From the event organisers perspective they bring wealth of technical event expertise, combined with huge flair and a team of creative talent. From our side they have a diligent outlook to our operational requirements, and work sympathetically within the space to preserve and protect the integrity of the venue and its contents.”
Rachel Waterfield, Head of Sales and Marketing at Hawthorn said, “The Science Museum is one of the UK’s best known destinations and has subsequently been the backdrop for awards, product launches and major networking events. We are delighted to join a very notable list of event related suppliers and look forward to working alongside partners in the Museum and flexing our creativity to deliver amazing events.”