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Bubble added to Glaziers Hall preferred list of suppliers

29 January 2016 by

Foodservice company Bubble has been appointed as an approved supplier at Glaziers Hall in London.

The historic building, situated next to the River Thames within Borough Market, offers a versatile event space across five rooms for between 10 and 600 guests.

Bubble, which specialises in food design and events production, already caters for a number of venues across the capital.

Michael Collins, Bubble managing director, said: "With its flexible spaces, stunning views and prime central London location, Glaziers Hall provides the perfect backdrop for everything from conferences and exhibitions through to more intimate dinners and receptions.

"We are delighted to be included among a select group of suppliers to this prestigious venue and look forward to working with them on an array of exciting events."

Bubble, also known as Bubble Food, is on the approved caterer lists at other historic and cultural locations, such as Alexandra Palace, the Design Museum, Somerset House, the Whitechapel Gallery, the Science Museum and the Tower of London. It also provides services at the London O2 arena and IndigO2 concert hall.


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