In Pictures: Museum of the Order of St. John venue launch

The Museum of the Order of St. John, London, invited event professionals to the official launch of its event spaces yesterday (1 July) with a Shakespeare-inspired champagne tea.

In Pictures: Museum of the Order of St. John venue launch
In Pictures: Museum of the Order of St. John venue launch

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More than 190 event professionals enjoyed champagne tea in the venue's Priory Garden, where performances of Shakespearean music and extracts from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ were performed.

Guests could also enjoy tours of the museum and open viewings of its event spaces, which include a 200-capacity church, a council chamber ideal for meetings of up to 25 and The Prior's Dining Room, which can host intimate dinners for up to eight delegates.

The Museum of the Order of St. John is a historic venue which includes buildings from the 16th century and a Norman crypt.

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