Evening of entertainment at Church House has GOSH factor

Clients and guests of Church House Conference Centre attended a special dinner at the Westminster venue last night (17 January), with ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ style entertainment.

General Manager Robin Parker was the MC for the evening and tells CN: “From just under 200 guests who had accepted the invitation for the evening, we had a 96 per cent turnout which, in the current weather conditions, is amazing.
“Entertaining both existing and potential clients at events held within Church House is not only an essential but also a really enjoyable part of our marketing mix.
“Our aim was to produce an evening of fine food and entertainment within the unique surrounds of Church House’s Assembly Hall, and from all the comments we have received from those who attended the night certainly seems to have been a huge success.”

The entertainment was provided by Sternberg Clarke in the form of three very different acts who competed against each for the right to perform again at the end of the evening. The winner on the night was Hula Hoop dancer Pippa the Ripper who wowed the audience with two great performances.
Parker announced that instead of goody bags being provided for guests, both Church House and in-house caterers Kudos would make a donation to the Crown Foundation who this year are supporting GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital).
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Paul Colston


Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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