Nowadays you can find many catering companies available throughout London and sometimes it is quite difficult for you to choose the one that is most appealing.

However, talk to Moving Venue and you quickly realise that this rather unique firm offering over 40 prestigious, unusual and high profile venues throughout the capital.

As a leading events caterer in London and one of the first to cater when unique venues such as the Natural History, Royal Observatory and Hampton Court Palace opened their doors to events, Moving Venue is a clear choice for those who view the world differently; for those who wish to express their own sense of style.

The company was founded in 1984 when managing director Richard Beggs, formerly of the Savoy Group was asked to arrange a riverboat trip for a big firm of city lawyers. And he suddenly realised that London had a wealth of great venues that were just not being utilised. “Guests could enjoy dinner with a dinosaur even if the Natural History Museum didn’t close at 6.00pm!” Richard explained.
This initial thought has now evolved into business that offers a quite unique business tool. “The venues we operate in give more gravitas to an occasion, meaning that customers will turn up to a client’s event; so it’s a marketing solution, not just a catering offer, although everything we do is underscored by a passion for food,” Richard says.

Portland Castle, Battersea Power Station, Kensington Palace, the Saatchi Gallery and Wellington Arch are just a few examples of the incredible possibilities now available for everything from awards dinners through to product launches. And the latest addition to this prestigious list is The View-Tower Hill, a new venue in a landmark location.

This stylish event space, enjoying unrivalled views of The Tower of London, offers a unique alternative for seasonal events. The concept is stunning in its simplicity – a transparent structure with the feel of a contemporary private members club set in a location steeped in history. No theme no gimmicks… just a beautifully designed space for up to 350 guests: a unique construction for a deconstructed event.
The View-Tower Hill is located amongst the trees and greenery of Trinity Gardens. Inside, the space has the feel of an interior garden with a canopy of trees, dappled candlelight, sparkling glass, all reflecting the atmospheric surroundings of the illuminated trees in the garden. This stunning location is ideal for Champagne, canapés, fully seated dinners, fine wine and tasteful entertainment.
Whatever the event though, whether a small intimate gathering for valued customers or the launch of St. Pancras International Station (where Moving Venue fed in excess of 4000 guests over three nights), the quality of the food and drink will impress even the most discriminating connoisseur.

Of course, it is true that people eat with their eyes – and the food looks wonderful – but there is far more to it than that. Moving Venue listen carefully to customers’ wants and desires, as well as taking into account the time of year so that all ingredients are fresh and in season. You won’t find the company importing asparagus from Kenya; if it’s not in season it won’t be on the menu. Dealing primarily with local growers and suppliers, Moving Venue is committed to culinary excellence. It even has its own filtration system so that ‘pure’ water can be provided, an attention to detail that goes a long way to explaining why over half of its work is derived through repeat business.

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