Record numbers attended events at The Brewery in 2014, up 6% on 2013, and as a result of the courtyard opening a 42% rise in bookings were recorded last summer. Already this year 25 parties have been sold for Christmas.
Offering a secluded events space in the heart of the City of London, this year’s idyllic secret garden has been expanded from one to two structures, increasing outdoor capacity to 800 people. It is set to be an even bigger hit with city dwellers this year. Priced from £80 per person, all inclusive packages include full event management support, gourmet street food, cocktails and Pimms on arrival, unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks as well as access to an after party inside The Brewery.
Following the summer celebrations, this year’s Christmas creation takes the theme of Apostles of Anonymity. To welcome the Winter Solstice, a secret society of masked apostles will welcome candidates, under a special code of ethics, to join their fellow apostles and celebrate in decadence at The Brewery.
Creative director at The Brewery, Simon Lockwood says: “We saw unprecedented success last year across our seasonal parties. The secret garden has become a great addition to the venue, and following such positive feedback we look forward to bringing it back for summer 2015. Creativity and customer experience is central to everything we do at The Brewery, we’ve taken great pride in developing this year’s Christmas package, and are particularly excited by the immediate reaction to Apostles of Anonymity.”