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LSO St Luke's adds five caterers to approved list

19 April 2017 by
LSO St Luke's adds five caterers to approved list

LSO St Luke's, home of the London Symphony Orchestra's music education centre, has added five new caterers to its list of approved contractors.

New appointments at the Grade I-listed events space on Old Street, include Admirable Crichton, Bubble, Caper & Berry, Clement Worrall and Party Ingredients.

Existing suppliers still on the list include: Create, Mange, Moving Venue, Rocket, and Zafferano.

Christopher Cashman, sales and events manager at LSO St Luke's said: "We take great care in putting together our supplier lists and are committed to providing clients with a versatile, innovative and exciting offering. As such, we run a rigorous tender process to ensure the consistently high level of service that is synonymous with LSO St Luke's, and are confident that we have appointed a fantastic selection of the capital's finest caterers. We're delighted to welcome both our new and returning list of event partners and look forward to working together in the future."

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