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Rhubarb to cater at Olympic members pop-up the Fringe

Rhubarb to cater at Olympic members pop-up the Fringe

Event caterer Rhubarb will provide corporate hospitality at the Fringe 2012, the pop-up private members' club just 100m from the Olympic Stadium.

Set in a four-storey Victorian warehouse at Swan Wharf on Fish Island, the venue will open on 20 July, a week ahead of the opening ceremony. It will operate throughout the Olympic and Paralympic Games until 9 September.

The top two floors of the building will be available for private hire, with Rhubarb on hand to deliver a bespoke catering service. The public can buy day membership tickets to the bottom two floors.

Tickets go on sale today at www.thefringe2012.com.

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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