Barbican Centre, well known for its themed events and high quality private screening packages has launched details of its corporate hospitality programme around the launch of the new Harry Potter film – The Deathly Hallows, part II.
Corporate event organisers can hire the barbican’s cinemas for private screenings on the final instalment in J K Rowlings epic series. Working with in-house caterers, Searcy they can provide a host of theming options to suit client requirements. In particular it is the catering offer that can really set these events apart, including food stalls such as:
• Florian Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlour
• The Hogwarts Express tea trolley
• Mrs Weasley’s Kitchen
For those looking for a canapé style menu there are Hogwarts staples such as: Roast beef, roast chicken, pork chops, shepherd’s pie, Cornish pasties, lamb chops, sausages, bacon and steak, steak and kidney pudding, black pudding, sandwiches, crumpets. A Hogwarts breakfast is even available, including: Porridge, rolls, orange juice, kippers, eggs and bacon, buttered toast with jam, corn flakes. And to wash it all down, guest can drink in the Three Broomsticks bar, sampling: Butterbeer, Red Currant Rum, Gillywater, Cherry syrup and soda and mulled mead…
Samme Allen, Business Development Manager at the Barbican said: “As usual the Harry Potter films are extremely popular and Barbican’s cinema was booked months in advance for the opening night. We have however identified a number of opportunities for private screenings and corporate hospitality packages. It is a great opportunity for corporates to sponsor a truly unusual event for their clients, employees and families. They can not only watch a movie but enjoy a scintillating experience by interacting with the imaginary world of J. K. Rowling.”
The Barbican continually organise a highly successful themed events within their cinemas. Of particular note in 2010 was a Sex and City 2 event where the Barbican’s famous Conservatory and adjacent area were transformed into both Manhattan and Middle East themes.
For clients looking for an alternative to harry Potter, private screenings are available for a host of 2011’s blockbuster movies.
Samme continues: “One of the unique features about Barbican is that the event spaces can be creatively altered to give a new look. As a multi-arts and conference centre we organise host of events, exhibitions and screen popular movies. Our in-house catering Searcy offers range of top quality menus that together with our flexible locations and range of entertainment makes Barbican great venue for corporate hospitality.”