This summer we will be transforming our courtyard into a stunning Brazilian themed bohemian beachside hangout available to hire for private parties of 60 – 1000 guests.
It is with this in mind that, in preparation, we have put together a guide to partying Brazilian style. So take a look and start dreaming of those long summer nights that are definitely going to be with us soon.
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The Brewery, on London’s Chiswell Street has announced Katharine Hall-Smith as the new business development manager at the Grade-II listed events and conferencing venue.
Having previously worked as the events manager for The Club, at the iconic London restaurant The Ivy, Katharine brings a wealth of industry knowledge and event management to The Brewery.
Working alongside senior members of the team to promote and develop new business, as well as maintaining on-going rapport with current clients, Katharine will primarily focus on relationships within the financial services and technology industries, while also looking to expand the venues growing US customer base, particularly with software companies.
Joining a team of three, Katharine will also manage The Brewery’s industry partnerships, including the Knowledge Guild series.
James Varah, commercial director at The Brewery commented, “It’s fantastic to add someone with Katharine’s expertise and background to our team, the entire staff is looking forward to creating new ideas and working with such a talented events professional.”
Katharine Hall-Smith, business development manager for The Brewery added, “I am delighted to be joining The Brewery’s team. The venues reputation for personalised creativity certainly speaks for itself; I am very excited to begin working with the fantastic clients and staff, as well as continuing to grow our business further.”
Think of Brazil and you’ll probably picture hordes of elaborately dressed people dancing their way through the streets of Rio at Carnival time. That’s what the samba does; it encapsulates that joyful Brazilian spirit. No wonder it is the country’s national dance, though its origins are African. Lively and rhythmical, the samba is known as the dance of celebration and is perfect for parties – whether they take place in Rio or London!