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Bubble added to caterer list at Bloomsbury Ballroom

25 March 2015 by
Bubble added to caterer list at Bloomsbury Ballroom

London-based food and services firm Bubble has been added to the caterer and supplier list at West End events space Bloomsbury Ballroom.

It will now help to host a variety of events at the 800-capacity venue, which hosts everything from standing receptions, awards ceremonies, gala dinners, fashion shows, private parties, and weddings.

Set within Victoria House, the ballroom showcases 1920s Art Deco architecture and interior design features, including intricately detailed doorways and stairwells.

Michael Collins, Bubble managing director, said: "We are very excited about this latest development. Bloomsbury Ballroom is full of charm and evokes the splendour of the roaring 1920s period with its infamously extravagant parties. Bubble's innate sense of style and fun are perfect for such a vivacious space."

Bubble, also known as Bubble Food, also appears on the approved caterer list at the Greenwich-based O2 arena, the smaller adjacent concert hall the IndigO2, and cultural locations such as Alexandra Palace, the Design Museum, Somerset House, the Whitechapel Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Science Museum, the Imperial War Museum, and the Tower of London.

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