Cavendish to target hospitality market with Diamond Jubilee Pageant

Cavendish Group has been appointed as an official hospitality sales agent for The Diamond Jubilee Pageant - an event being held in the grounds of Windsor Castle in the build-up to the Queen's Jubilee.

Cavendish to target corporates for Diamond Jubilee Pageant
Cavendish to target corporates for Diamond Jubilee Pageant

The theatrical event will take place on the evenings of 10, 11 and 13 May and will celebrate the last 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, focusing on some of the countries and cultures she has visited, with displays from groups including the Canadian Mounted Police and Australian Aborigines.

Cavendish is selling three levels of corporate hospitality. Prices start at £175 per person for a seat opposite the main stage with food and wine available from buffet stations. For £395 (plus VAT) per person, VIP dining is available in the Jubilee Pavilion, including a Champagne reception and three-course meal with fine wines; while private viewing boxes next to the Royal Box for the three-day event are available for between £40,000 and £48,000 (plus VAT) to seat 20 to 24 people.

Chris Bruton, director at Cavendish Group, said: "We are delighted to be selling these packages. This is one of the things we British do really well: we put on a good show.

"As the curtain-raiser to Diamond Jubilee celebrations and a pre-Olympic event this really will confirm to the world what a spectacular show we can put on."

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