JP Morgan, Muller and Clarins attend Venues Greenwich showcase

JP Morgan, Muller and Clarins yesterday (14 June) attended a summer party and showcase event for the recently launched Venues Greenwich.

JP Morgan, Muller and Clarins attend Venues Greenwich showcase
JP Morgan, Muller and Clarins attend Venues Greenwich showcase
Attendees were given tours of Greenwich venues including Novotel London Greenwich and Proud 2 before gathering at De Vere’s Devonport House for drinks and a barbecue.

Venues Greenwich was previously called The Events at Greenwich partnership. It relaunched in March, doubling its property portfolio.
 
The original six-venue partnership now includes 13 historic and contemporary venues across the London borough of Greenwich.

Venues Greenwich recently added are:
  • The O2 – up to 20,000 theatre-style
  • Eltham Palace – up to 200 theatre-style  
  • Firepower – up to 500 for a reception, 50 theatre-style   
  • Greenwich Theatre – up to 400 theatre-style   
  • Laban – up to 300 theatre-style   
  • Rangers House – up to 80 theatre-style
  • Ravensbourne – up to 300 theatre-style
The original venues were: Devonport House; The Fan Museum; National Maritime Museum; Novotel London Greenwich; Old Royal Naval College and the University of Greenwich.

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