As Twickenham Stadium prepares to unveil its transformed East Stand, it is asking the industry to think differently about events and challenge the norm.
The multi-million pound redevelopment will offer six floors of creative event space that not only provide new-found match day hospitality options but also offer unexpected and dynamic settings that go far beyond a simple conference or banqueting space.
“The arrival of the East Stand gives our customers the chance to reappraise events at Twickenham and to see us as more than a standard conference or gala dinner venue. The spaces within the East Stand allow us to think differently about the look and feel of our events and push the boundaries of a traditional banquet or conference,” said Twickenham’s Catering and Conference & Events Director, Nils Braude. “We’re asking clients to embrace change and use our modern and varied facilities to really explore what is possible,” he added.
The East Stand’s contemporary offering will provide clients with a plethora of options, each with a different look, feel and ambience. Among Twickenham’s most surprising and inspiring new venues will be the ‘East Wing’, which offers a contemporary space reminiscent of a private members club, demonstrating sophistication without stuffiness. Alongside four private terraces with both pitch-side views and outdoor access, it has four individual private dining areas that can accommodate up to 30 guests for a relaxed lounge environment or formal private table setting and 800 covers for the whole restaurant.
Another exciting addition to Twickenham’s portfolio is The Gate, which offers a modern, simple, but exquisite chop-house style restaurant, complete with low lighting and open brickwork. The space offers a dedicated meat store and separate wine room, perfect for intimate wine tastings.
- Twickenham challenges industry to think differently ahead of new East Stand Launch
“There’s no doubt that the space will be a challenge to many event organisers, but it’s also one that allows them to change the way they look at their events, and gives them the opportunity to disrupt traditional thinking, and try something really interesting, and different,” concluded Braude.
In total the venue will be unveiling over 6,700sqm of contemporary event space and the team is excited to work with clients on new and exciting concepts. The space will be available for hire from December.
See more about redevelopments at Twickenham Stadium:
South Stand Redevelopment Completed – 14th November 2016
Stadium Redevelopment Plans – 19th September 2017
New East Stand launched to international audience – 3rd October 2018
New East Stand unveiled to industry – 19th November 2018
New East Stand unveiled – 27th November 2018