We are proud to work alongside some brilliant venue sites. Not only do we have fun with the venue teams but we know these buildings like the back of our hand. Ideal experience for providing impeccable service.
If you don't see the venue that you wish to hold your event at in this list, don't worry - we frequently pop up in new locations with our clients. We make sure that we make lots of familarisation trips to site before the event and get to know the building and how best it can be utilised for your event.
We are event nomads, it's an exciting life to lead.
Ware Priory itself is a Grade I listed building which has a distinctive choice of individual character rooms named after significant people, or groups of people in the history of the building. Painstakingly restored in the mid-1990s, some of the original building materials such as 14th century wattle and daub, 17th century stone work and some 19th century Victorian murals have been uncovered and preserved as features of interest and show how the building has evolved over 700 years of history.
The Great Hall ceiling is richly decorated with arms of the counties. The stained glass windows are by John Milner and were displayed at the Victoria and Albert Museum before being installed in the Guildhall.
Around the walls are words from psalm 115 "Non Nobis Domine". This was the tag used by Edward Godwin to sign his architectural plans.
The murals are of prominent people who have influenced Northampton's history and were painted by Colin Gill of the Royal College of Art.
The museum in the heart of beautiful Abington Park offers a unique and elegant venue, all in the setting of a Grade 1 listed, historic building, once the home of Shakespeare's grand-daughter.