The Theatre Royal Haymarket Announce Luxury Weddings With A Theatrical Flair
The Theatre Royal Haymarket, in London’s West End, has announced that they are opening their historic doors for wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships to take place on their iconic stage.
The happy couple can tread the boards and marry within the dramatic surroundings of the auditorium in one of Britain’s most treasured theatres. The Foyer areas, Oscar Wilde Room, Stalls & Circle Bars and Auditorium with forestage (when available) will offer a stunning backdrop for any ceremony.
The Theatre Royal Haymarket offers an experienced team and a stunning setting with various wedding packages for a perfect celebration from 40 up to 850 guests. From glamourous entrances to finest florists the team at the Theatre Royal Haymarket will ensure a wedding full of luxury, elegance, charm and tradition – values Theatre Royal Haymarket are proud to uphold. Creating a truly unforgettable day for the wedding party.
There are a number of wedding packages available from ceremony only options to an elegant dinner in the Stalls Bar or post ceremony drinks and canapés in the Royal Circle Foyer. The Theatre Royal Haymarket’s events team can assist with pre-wedding planning, offering contacts at a number of London’s finest suppliers. Capacity and price will be determined by the package chosen.
To find out more about taking your vows on The Theatre Royal Haymarket’s world famous stage contact Kara McCulloch firstname.lastname@example.org 0207 930 8890
The Theatre Royal Haymarket Weddings are proud to be working with Longacres, Ritz Fine Jewellery, Savannah Photographic, Stephanie Allin Couture and Weddings by Driven.
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The Theatre Royal Haymarket, known originally as ‘The Little Theatre in the Hay’, is a Grade I listed building situated in the heart of the West End. Designed and constructed by John Potter in 1720 it is one of Britain’s most treasured theatres. The theatre seats 893 patrons and is the third oldest London Playhouse still in use. To find out more about the theatre’s rich history see www.trh.co.uk