A Bespoke approach at the Natural History Museum

Following a thorough tender process, the Natural History Museum has unveiled its refreshed list of accredited production suppliers and welcomes design and production company Bespoke Events London to the fold.

With a catalogue of extraordinary experiences having been delivered in other unique venues of London and for hospitality events around the world, Bespoke is perfectly placed to support the smaller event spaces, providing a layer of transformation whilst embracing the wonderful collections within.

The increased focus of the Museum on smaller capacities for private hire was announced earlier this year and includes North Hall, Waterhouse Way, Images of Nature, Whale hall, Volcanoes and Earthquake gallery and Earth’s Treasury.

Sam Haslam, sales director for Bespoke Events London said: “The actual tender process may only have taken four months, but we’ve secretly had our hearts set on achieving this status since we set out 10 years ago. We knew we would need a winning portfolio of work behind us before we could pitch to become part of the team in this unique venue and are so proud to have now achieved this goal.”

Steve Burnham, operations manager at the Natural History Museum added: “The passion shown by Bespoke Events London shone though in every stage of the process. They are a great addition to our talented team of accredited suppliers and we really look forward to working closely with them. The next two years will be an exciting time for the Museum and our teams with notable changes being made to refresh our event spaces.

The first event for Bespoke will be on 18 November.

Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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