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Royal Horticultural Halls adds Bubble to its accredited list

KING CRAB, CAVIAR, GOLD King crab capellini, oscietra caviar, purple cauliflower puree, gold leaf
Bubble has announced that it has added another of the capital’s most prominent venues to its impressive portfolio.
The renowned food design and events production company has been appointed as an approved supplier by Royal Horticultural Halls, the architecturally unique space located in central Westminster that encapsulates all the grace and style of the Edwardian era.

It was King Edward VII himself who first suggested that the Royal Horticultural Society should have a purpose-built exhibition hall for its shows.

Overlooking leafy Vincent Square, Lindley Hall was officially opened by the monarch, together with the Society's patron Queen Alexandra, on 22 July 1904.

The designer, Edwin J Stebbs, focussed on achieving as much natural light as possible, something which remains a key part of the building’s character over a century later. It is this space and light that makes Lindley Hall a truly unique venue for every type of event, one that will complement Bubble’s own elegant and sophisticated creations.

Commented Bubble MD Michael Collins: “The Royal Horticultural Halls is a truly exceptional venue and it will be easy to be inspired by such wonderful architecture. Offering one of the largest uninterrupted floor spaces in central London, the Royal Horticultural Halls has already hosted many talked about gatherings - including the unveiling of new Mercedes and Maserati models - whilst Paul Smith, Tom Ford and Moschino are just some of the legendary designers who have chosen the venue to host their fashion shows. We are looking forward to making any future events equally as magical.”

Bubble was able to put these fine surroundings to good use at the end of last year when it designed a thrilling event for a travel company’s grand winter ball. 600 guests feasted on the company’s finest seasonal canapés and cocktails which were served from an Art Deco bar, complete with a large wisteria tree in the centre.

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