Event caterer Cooks & Partners has been listed as preferred supplier at three London venues: the Museum of London, the Louise Blouin Foundation and the William Morris Gallery.
Simon Goggin, founder and chef director of Cooks & Partners, said he was thrilled to be chosen by three cultural heavyweights, adding: "The venues are all dramatic in their own unique way and we anticipate a lot of interest, particularly from our art and media clients."
Located in the heart of the City, the Museum of London recently completed a £20m refurbishment. All nine of its galleries and gardens are available for private hire with flexible capacity options - from dinners for 40 to parties for up to 1,000 people.
The Louise Blouin Foundation is one of the largest non-government funded, not-for-profit cultural spaces in London. The industrial building, formerly a coachbuilders dating back to the 1920s, has also undergone a £20m makeover, giving it 5,000sq ft of gallery space.
The William Morris Gallery in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow, is currently undergoing major redevelopment and will open in time for the Olympic Games. The gallery redevelopment project is being led by Waltham Forest Council, which has matched a £1.5m award from the Heritage Lottery Fund to refurbish and extend the Grade II-listed building.
"I look forward to collaborating with the venues to create some of the year's most talked-about events," Goggin added.
By Janie Manzoori-Stamford
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