Lord's launches new event space ahead of Ashes Test match

Lord's Cricket Ground last week launched its Committee Dining Room to the events market with an Ashes Dinner.

Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner, London
Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner, London
  • Mark Ramprakash at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Mark Ramprakash at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • Former Australia international Jason Gillespie at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Former Australia international Jason Gillespie at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • Players' balcony at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    Players' balcony at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

  • WG Grace statue at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

    WG Grace statue at Lord's Cricket Ground Ashes Dinner & launch of Committee Dining Room

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The world's most famous cricket ground, Lord's, has launched its Committee Dining Room to the events market for the first time with an Ashes Dinner, ahead of the second England v Australia Test match, which starts on Thursday (18 July).

C&IT attended the event last thursday (11 July), which featured a reception in the England team changing room, a dinner in the Committee Dining Room, speeches and a Q&A with former England batsman  – and Strictly Come Dancing winner – Mark Ramprakash, along with former Australia fast bowler Jason Gillespie.

The Committee Dining Room is situated on the top floor of the Grade II listed Pavilion, with a balcony overlooking the iconic pitch, has a capaciity of 60s seated and is available for private hire. Associations can book the space as part of a hospitality package.

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