In pictures: Chillisauce helps launch new event space in London

Over 200 event buyers from companies including The Telegraph, Omnicom Media Group and Bullhorn attended the party.

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Chillisauce partnered with LSO St Luke's to celebrate the opening of their new outdoor event space and to showcase the latest activities, theming and entertainment ideas in the events industry.

Situated in the heart of central London, the venue is split over three levels and can hold up to 450 people for dinners, private parties and corporate events.

Attendees gave their verdict on the evening:

"We had an incredible evening enjoying edible cocktails and playing garden games in the sunshine! There were two hundred of us there solving crimes, creating digital giveaways and completing the crystal maze," said a corporate business development manager from one of the brands attending.  

Sophie Hall from the BBC said: "A Midsummer Night's Dream full of fun, laughs and frolics. Some great and exciting new products from Chillisauce. A really great evening, thank you for having us."

"Our summer showcase was a huge success and we’ve received some great feedback from clients and guests," added LSO St Luke's sales & events manager.

"We’d like to send a special thanks to our partners Chillisauce, who provided the evening’s fantastic entertainment and our catering partners Party Ingredients for their delicious summer BBQ food. We look forward to enjoying many more outdoor events at LSO St Luke’s as we begin welcoming our first guests next summer."

 

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