London City Selection new board appointments

London City Selection (LCS), the City of London’s consortium of unique, modern and heritage venues, has announced the appointment of three new board members, and a newly appointed chair.

The new members to the board are Sarah McQueen, venue and hospitality manager at the Museum of London, Aurelia D’Souza, head of sales at CCT Venues and Amy Poole, research and development manager at Guildhall.

In addition, existing board member Rowan Kitching, head of events at The HAC, who has been a member of the board since 2015, becomes chair of the collection.

Rowan Kitching

Incoming chair, Rowan Kitching, comments: “We’re delighted to welcome Sarah, Aurelia and Amy to the LCS board, as we look to continue promoting and expanding our collection of world class venues, in London’s historic square mile.”

She continued: “We’re delivering a newly tailored marketing strategy for 2017/18 which includes attendance at Venues and Events Live for the first time in 2017.  We’re also thrilled to be working alongside our new partners at Sequoia Partnership, who we’ll be working closely with to deliver what looks to be our best year yet.  Watch this space for other exciting initiatives to be announced throughout the year ahead.”

Other members of the board include, previous chair, Oliver Hargreaves from Barbican, Paul Martins from Cavendish Venues, Mo Issa from The Mermaid, Gabby Hines from Barbican and Ed Bolling from Ironmongers Hall.

The venues currently within the London City Selection include 47-58 Bastwick Street, 58VE, America Square-Cavendish Venues, Barbican, CCT Venues Barbican, Crowne Plaza London – Kings Cross, Dorsett City Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton Tower of London, etc.venues – St Pauls,  Gibson Hall, Guildhall, The HAC, Ironmongers’ Hall, London Capital Club, LSO St Luke’s, The Mermaid, The Montcalm London City, Museum of London, One Moorgate Place, Plaisterer’s Hall, Sadler’s Wells, St Pauls Cathedral, Thistle City Barbican and Trinity House.

*Photo credit: Back row left to right, Paul Martins, Oliver Hargreaves, Ed Bolling. Front row left to right, Aurelia D’Souza, Rowan Kitching, Sarah McQueen, Gabby Hines

Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

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