In pictures: 30 Euston Square summer party

See pictures from 30 Euston Square's summer client party held last night (25 July).

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Guests were greeted on arrival at the venue with champagne and summer cocktails. The indoor spaces were decorated in a winter theme, with baubles and bunting to showcase the venue’s Christmas package. A roast and winter themed puddings were served alongside canapes. Blackjack and roulette tables allowed guests to try their luck, while a bar football table provided a fun way to get competitive.

A contrasting theme was on display outside on the terrace, with a full bbq including chicken and prawn skewers provided while dancers wowed guests with their moves.

Clients of 30 Euston Square commented on the venue:

Colin Peacock, chairman of The Property Marketing Awards commented:  "The whole attitude towards clients at 30 Euston Square is about quality of delivery and making people happy. They are efficient and focused on their work. The technical team ensures our event is delivered flawlessly and the catering is  creative and served seamlessly. All our guests are made to feel special at 30 Euston Square, which is why we are returning for the fourth time running in 2018."

Stacey Raine from Veritas Commercial Services commented: "As a corporate member we are delighted by everything on offer at 30 Euston Square.  It's location is perfect for a virtual company such as ours, allowing our team to meet in a high quality venue offering great facilities.  As we grow and develop the business I look forward to filling the auditorium for a host of creative educational events."

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