Land Rover BAR brought together their partners, sponsors, shareholders and special guests to update them on what to expect in the run-up to the forthcoming 36th America’s Cup.
On the night, guests enjoyed a drinks reception in Mathematics: The Winton Gallery . This is an ideal space in which to receive guests, providing brilliant ambience with its lighting and architectural details. The gallery was large enough for all the guests to enjoy its spaciousness, while at the same time experiencing the intimacy of different zones created by the overhead structure.
Guests then moved into the Information Age gallery for a Q&A with Lady Georgie Ainslie, Sir Ben Ainslie and Giles Scott, staged in-front of the aerial tuning inductor from Rugby Radio Station, which was an impressive focal point.
Catering was provided by one of our approved suppliers, Bubble – a bespoke, luxurious and innovative catering company. The Bubble team worked closely with the client to pick the perfect canapés, including mini fish and chips in edible newspaper emblazoned with the Land Rover BAR logo.
Production was provided by White Light, who created a bespoke stage around the transmitter in the Information Age gallery and a perfect atmosphere throughout both galleries.
Land Rover BAR’s Events Officer Kate Ward said: ‘We hosted a fantastic event at the Science Museum. The venue lent itself perfectly to what we were looking to achieve, and the team at the Science Museum worked incredibly hard to meet all our demands. We have received such great feedback from our guests, who were really impressed by the venue, the catering and the production.’