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Asian weddings double business at the Royal Courts of Justice

11 April 2013 by
Asian weddings double business at the Royal Courts of Justice

Seasoned Events has doubled business at the Royal Courts of Justice thanks to an influx of Asian weddings.

The venue's even managers said that recent high-profile weddings at the venue had triggered a host of bookings, resulting in a 100% uplift in confirmed bookings compared with the first six months of 2012.

Seasoned Events said the capacity and flexibility of the space particularly suited the Asian sector. As a result it is working with Indian caterers Madhus, Sapna, Ragamama and Payal to deliver the authenticity and quality of food expected.

The Royal Courts of Justice can accommodate 550 people for a seated dinner and 800 people for a reception, with additional room for a dance floor and DJ.

Seasoned Events commercial director Gavin Marshall said: "The RCJ is a very unique venue; in that it is a fully functioning law court during the day and a stunning event space in the evenings and weekends. The size and flexibility of the venue lends itself perfectly to large weddings."

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