Sadler's Wells launches new corporate show packages

Sadler's Wells Events has launched new hospitality packages for the corporate market, following an 18% year-on-year increase in revenue generated from show packages at the venue.

Sadler's Wells Events has launched new hospitality packages for the corporate market
Sadler's Wells Events has launched new hospitality packages for the corporate market

The new corporate hospitality packages were developed in response to a demand for a high-end hospitality offering. They include the exclusive hire of the  Pina Bausch Room, a champagne reception, bowl food catering and canapés, as well as tickets to a choice of tickets to a range shows on offer at the dance theatre.

The venue is also launching the ‘Supper at Sadler’s’ dining experience, which offers corporate groups a restaurant experience within the theatre site after each show.

Kelly McGibney, events executive at Sadler’s Wells, said: "It’s really great to see such an increase in the revenue generated from hospitality events here. We’ve also seen an increase in enquiries for client hospitality events during the festive period and we’re noticing a trend that buyers are keen to tie in our show packages at the end of a day of conferences or meetings."

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