Week in Pictures: Rockwell House; Triggerfish Pub Quiz; Ironmongers' Hall

This week saw End of the Line's winter party at Rockwell House while the C&IT team went head to head with other industry teams at the annual Triggerfish pub quiz.

Fare of London's festive showcase at Ironmongers' Hall
Fare of London's festive showcase at Ironmongers' Hall
  • End of the Line street art being showcased at Rockwell House at  DRP Group's Winter Party

    End of the Line street art being showcased at Rockwell House at DRP Group's Winter Party

  • The C&IT quiz team holding up their runners up trophy at the annual Triggerfish pub quiz

    The C&IT quiz team holding up their runners up trophy at the annual Triggerfish pub quiz

  • C&IT enjoyed a festive showcase with event catering client, Fare of London

    C&IT enjoyed a festive showcase with event catering client, Fare of London

  • ISES Talks held its monthly educational networking event at the National History Museum

    ISES Talks held its monthly educational networking event at the National History Museum

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DRP Group took to Rockwell House for End of the Line's annual winter party, which featured a showcase from End of the Line, an experimental company specialising in street art and mural painting.

C&IT were invited to Triggerfish's yearly pub quiz event, which was a hotly contested affair. The C&IT quiz team came runners up on a night that included a 'make your own guacamole' and wine tasting round.

Ironmongers' Hall and The Royal Pharmaceutical Society, alongside event catering clients Fare of London, provided masterclasses for event planners, showcasing Fare of London's executive chef as well as cocktails and taster samples of a few festive recipes.

ISES hosted its monthly educational networking event, which saw guests embrace the festive feel with a 'ski lodge' theme at the National History Museum on Tuesday night. Around 80 guests were in attendance for ice-skating and a talk on the ‘art of networking’ from Kevin Jackson and George P. Johnson.

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