If you’ve ever wanted to put on an event with a Peanuts theme, now’s your chance.
An exhibition called ‘Good Grief, Charlie Brown! Celebrating Snoopy and the Enduring Power of Peanuts’, is coming to Somerset House’s Embankment Galleries from 25 October and 3 March 2019.
The exhibition showcases the original drawings of the cartoon’s creator Charles M. Schulz, rarely seen before in Europe, alongside works inspired by Snoopy, Charlie Brown and all the best-loved Peanuts characters, from some of today’s most exciting artists and designers.
Event planners have several options for private hire, which can include breakfast or a drinks and canapé reception alongside a private viewing for up to 150 people.
Kara Clark, Co-Head of Corporate Events at Somerset House, comments: "Peanuts is famous for being one of the most popular and influential comic strips of all time, so Somerset House are incredibly honoured and excited to be hosting it.
"We wanted to give event professionals an opportunity to have exclusive access to this landmark exhibition as part of a one-of-a-kind package they’ll never forget."
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