Chef’s favourites: Hunter’s chicken from Andrew O’Connor

We are all looking ahead to future plans right now. What could be nicer than a reunion of family and friends over delicious home-cooked food?

Take your next dinner party to new heights with the mouth-watering much-loved pub favourite, Hunter’s chicken.

If you are looking to wow your family with your very own culinary masterpiece, let The Brewery act as your very own sous-chef and give you a helping hand in the kitchen.

Our Executive Chef, Andrew O’Connor, has compiled an easy to follow recipe for you to create this classic dish in your own home.

You can even download the recipe, as we have no doubt this will become a dish you will want to make time and time again!

Hunter’s chicken from Andrew O’Connor

A mouth-watering classic

Dish full name:

Hunter’s chicken, smoky bacon croquette, chicken and herb ballotine, curly kale, grilled leek, squash puree, BBQ reduction, crumbs

Number of portions:



Milk, gluten (wheat), egg, celery
May contain mustard, gluten (barley), fish, sulphites

For the smoked bacon croquette

  • 2kg mash, let down with 200ml double cream, 150ml milk, 50g butter
  • 250g red peppers, finely diced
  • 1 bunch of spring onions, sliced
  • 250g shallots
  • 400g smoked pancetta
  • Gelatin
  • 400g grated parmesan
  • 200g flour
  • 1 egg
  • 100ml milk
  • 500g panko breadcrumbs


  • Pan fry the bacon.
  • Add the vegetables.
  • Cook until golden.
  • Combine with mash.
  • Make ten square croquettes.
  • Place the croquette in flour, then egg and finally in the panko.
  • Deep fry the croquette at 180° C until golden brown.

For the chicken breast

  • Salted water
  • 5g star anise
  • 2 sprigs thyme
  • 2 crushed garlic cloves
  • Five chicken breasts, cut in half top to bottom (1/2 breast per portion)


  • Brine chicken for one hour.

For the grilled leek

  • 10 baby leeks


  • Blanch and chargrill the leeks.

For the curly kale

  • 300g curly kale


  • Blanch the kale.

For the squash puree

  • 100g shallots
  • 2kg butternut squash
  • 5 sprigs of thyme
  • 2 cloves garlic


  • Sweat the shallots in a pan.
  • Add fine diced butternut, thyme and garlic.
  • Cook slowly for 35 minutes.

For the jus

  • 400g pre-made chicken stock or chicken stock cubes mixed with water
  • 50g BBQ sauce

For the warm chicken terrine

  • 8 x chicken thighs
  • 50 ml bought-in 50% reduced chicken stock.
  • 2 x lemon zest and juice
  • 2g tarragon, picked and chopped
  • 2g thyme, picked and chopped
  • 1g meat glue (a substance used in cooking to bond proteins together)


  • Slow roast thighs at 160° C until core temperature reaches 75° C.
  • Dice chicken into ½ cm.
  • Add 50ml reduced chicken stock, lemon zest and juice, tarragon, thyme and meat glue.
  • Pres into ½ gastro, 3cm deep.
  • Chill and cut into 6cm x 3.5cm piece.
  • Pan fry and serve.

For the chicken crumb

  • Skin from two chicken thighs


  • Spread the chicken skin on a baking tray and cook at 170° C until crisp.
  • Use 5g per portion.

Plating up

  • Green oil
  • Pea shoots


The Brewery Hunters Chicken recipe card

Supplier Spotlight: Satureyes – My Favourite Photos.

During lockdown we’ve taken the opportunity to speak to some of our favourite suppliers and quiz them about working at The Brewery. Rick Bronks of Satureyes is one of the best known and most widely respected photographers in the events industry. His work has been featured in many publications, and there is more than a fair chance you’ve attended an event that Rick was shooting.

Satureyes working at The Brewery

We have been lucky to work with Rick since 2009 and have collaborated on many photo and video projects with him. In the knowledge that Rick has thousands of photos taken at The Brewery, we wanted to give him the challenge of choosing his favourite 3, with the reason why they stand out for him.

Here is what he had to say:

For me a photo is not just about how it ‘looks’ that’s always open to interpretation, regardless of what the subject is. As the creator of the image I can usually remember the time and place and exactly how I felt when I pressed the shutter button. I probably have over 100k images in my library and I could probably get the location and event for most of them.

It’s incredibly hard to find 3 images from the collection I have from over the years of shooting at The Brewery. It’s a fantastic venue space, not just where it is but also because of the atmosphere and the ambience that is created there. From the security guy who shouts ’shalom’ and high-fives me every single time I walk in, to the fact that they are attentive not only to their guests but the people who work there too and the effort that goes into creating some incredible ideas.

The images I’ve chosen encapsulate all this- after all, they play as much a part in my work as I do.

So here we go..

It might seem odd that I’ve picked a photo of a plastic cup, but this was the first major event I shot for a magazine – and the first event I shot at The Brewery. It was pretty much at the start of my photography career after I left working in broadcast TV. It has a place in my life-timeline, and also shows the attention to detail that goes into all the events that I’ve shot there. This was a fantastic transformation of the interior, creating a festival indoors.


glastonbrewery cup
Glaston-Brewery – 2009


The second photo is of course the iconic welcome and ‘man with the hat’ who greets guests at the entrance. I like the photo as a portrait, the colours work in the surrounding night time darkness. It’s like he’s welcoming you to your next adventure or experience and this for me is what it’s all about – I can try and capture that but it’s the people who make the experience.


Brewery Doorman
Eddy – 2019


This leads me to my third photo and possibly one of my all time favourite images – for so many reasons. It looks like a painting. The clown is a real person, the background is part of the ’set’ at the event. I have added no lighting and there is very little post-production work. It’s both scary and humorous. What the photo can’t show is how he was interacting with the crowd – taking food off their plates and feeding it to the doll he is holding. Taking icing off cupcakes and rubbing it over the doll in an incredibly sinister way.

Halloween Clown
Halloween – 2016

It also happens to have been shot at (so far) my all time favourite event – a Halloween party but done in the way only The Brewery can. It was utterly spectacular.

Like I said at the start, when you have the foundations it makes my life as a photographer and videographer a heck of a lot easier to get some of my most memorable shots.

If you would like to hire Rick to shoot your next event you can find more details here:

The Brewery Menu Hall Of Fame – Which Dishes Made It Onto Our All Star Menu?

Our Food Director, Tom Gore, arrived at The Brewery in 2012 with a vision to bring high end restaurant quality food to the world of events. In the next seven years, we believe this goal has largely been achieved with The Brewery being widely recognised as the go to venue for a delicious dinner. Our three course menus are seasonal and changed twice a year. In the tasting room clients get to choose from five starters, mains and desserts, with the often tricky task of getting down to one of each. So in the time Tom has been overseeing all things food, this adds up to 210 unique dishes having been created.

Tom Gore working in the kitchen

As we currently have a bit of unexpected downtime, we thought it would be fun to dig out the old menus from the archives. We then set Tom the challenge of picking his favourite dish for each course, to create The Brewery’s all star dinner menu. This is what he had to say.

‘I had a great time doing this, my memory isn’t great so I had forgotten about some of the earlier dishes that we had created. It was really interesting mapping the journey that we have made over the years and the changes in style and ingredients. You can also see how trends have come and gone and how people’s tastes have developed. We have definitely been able to be more ambitious with ingredients and flavours in recent times as we have started to become a nation of foodies that is more open to trying new things.’

‘I have been very lucky to work alongside a number of talented head chefs and the dishes that I have chosen, were heavily influenced by them. I have always encouraged everyone to get involved when we are planning our next set of dishes. We have lots of amazing customers who have been with us for years and I’m sure they will remember serving some of these at their events.’

Starter – Cauliflower and Bass

Ways of cauliflower, soft quail egg, apple tapioca, crushed parsnips, polonaise sauce and roasted bass.

cauliflower and bass starter

‘I loved the look of the dish and it ate really well. You don’t often see cauliflower and bass on the same plate but the subtle caramelization of the fish helped to bring them together. We then used the apple tapioca to add some acidity and extra punch to the dish. I’m a huge fan of challenging guests pallets with more complex combinations of flavours than what would normally be expected at a large scale event ‘

Main – Koren Lamb

Korean pepper spiced lamb, BBQ rice cake, blackened cucumber, sesame with sauce, aniseed reduction and spinach.

Korean lamb

‘This was a really difficult one to choose, we had a beautiful summer dish that paired pork with rhubarb, that was pretty crazy and extremely popular but in the end I had to go with this one. The real stand out on this plate was the rice cakes. I used to make these when I worked at Zuma and I absolutely loved them. I had always wanted to get them on the menu and then one day had the eureka moment to pair them with a chunky rack of lamb. This dish actually changed massively how we work in the kitchen. I didn’t feel we could do the dish justice unless we actually used a BBQ to get authentic smokiness. So I went out and bought 2 Green Egg BBQ’s that we still use now to sear all our meat and seal in all the flavour. I’ve always been very proud of what we did with this dish, it was packed full of strong flavours and you won’t find a better dish to go with a bold red wine.’

Dessert – ‘Fab’ulous Lolly

Strawberry and mint sorbet, vanilla parfait, dipped in chocolate, coated in colourful sugar strands.


‘My favourite dessert is from our most recent bank of menus, but sadly due to the lock down I haven’t been able to serve it yet. However it did make it into the tasting room and was chosen by most of the clients that saw it. I really wanted to push the boundaries with this and my pastry team did an amazing job. Quite often we found that guests don’t eat their dessert, as they want to go and talk to the friends on other tables or go for a smoke. So I thought it would be fun to give them a dessert they could take with them. I can’t wait to see the reaction in the room when this comes out and there are 700 people in black tie walking around eating it. I really feel like we have done something different with this dish and pushed the boundaries. I’ve certainly never seen anything like it served as part of a 3 course banquet.’


We hope you enjoyed this little trip down memory lane, if you like the look of any of these dishes we are sure Tom can be persuaded to cook them again for your next event at The Brewery! Fingers crossed we are back up and running soon and serving delicious, mouth watering food to you all once again.



Will On Wine – A Guide To Supermarket Wines

As we are currently doing all our wine drinking at home, we wanted to find out what we should be looking for when heading to the shops to pick up our social distanced vino. The wine section of supermarkets can be an intimidating place, with so much to choose from, we often find ourselves going for the same tried and tested bottle. However now is the perfect opportunity to get adventurous with the wines we are drinking at home and take the extra time to try something new. So we asked our beverage manager, and resident wine expert, Will, for his buying tips and recommendations that you can buy today from your local supermarket.

Here is what he had to say.

Ever since the Australian Chardonnay revolution in the late 1980’s, supermarkets have been the go-to for affordable, easy drinking and reliable wine, for wine drinkers across the country. This still stands today, with many now offering their own brand wines in a variety of grapes and regions, alongside the well-known bigger brands that have come to slightly homogenise the supermarket shelves.

We’ve all drunk cheap, horrible wine (and woken up the next day regretting it!) but this doesn’t mean we have to break the bank to find a decent bottle. The good news is that the majority of supermarket sold wines are under £10 and, with the huge advances in wine making techniques over the last twenty or so years, the majority of these will be perfectly quaffable (I do exclude the bottom shelf, sub £4 a bottle – sorry!).

My tip would be, if you can afford it, look around the £7-9 bracket as below this, after duty (currently £2.27), VAT, and the supermarket mark up, there isn’t much left for what’s in the bottle!

For me, New World wine (Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina and USA) still offer better value for money than the same priced French or Italian equivalent, particularly the well know French areas such as Bordeaux or Burgundy.

I often get asked what I think people should be drinking – my answer always is that we drink wine for pleasure and with friends. Whatever the price point, if it flows down the throat and brings a smile to the face it’s a winner.

Top tip: Lidl and Aldi wines are (mostly) fantastic value. For those with deeper pockets, Waitrose has an extensive range with some excellent Old and New World examples at a competitive price.

Here are some of my favourite supermarket wines for you to pick up and try over the next few weeks:

Lidl Cimarosa Malborough Sauvignon Blanc 2019 – Seeing the price tag of £5.99 I was initially sceptical, however this zippy NZ Sauvignon Blanc really over-delivers with pungent grapefruit and elderflower flavours.

Aldi Exquisite Claire Valley Riesling 2018 – Incredible value at £6.99, this made it into Decanter’s Most Exciting White Wines of 2019. If you think you don’t like Riesling, try this – it’s bone dry, citrusy and delicious.


Trivento Reserve Malbec 2018 from Tesco. Rich plum and dense red fruits belie the £8.00 price tag of this cracker. Whenever I buy this my fiancé hoovers it up – I don’t get a look in.


Graham Beck Brut Sparkling NV from Waitrose. At £14.99 this is cheaper than Champagne and better than most! Graham Beck is considered the top sparkling wine maker in South Africa – absolutely incredible value.


We hope you enjoy the wines, let us know what you think or if you have any recommendations for us to try on our social channels.


We’re Bringing The Brewery to Your Home!

We’re getting some great inspiration from everyone working from home.

Awards dinner in the Porter Tun

We understand it’s far from business as usual, but we’re optimistic, and want to look forward with you, as planning for the autumn season begins and for many it’s time to catch up on your product knowledge. The Brewery has long been known for its sense of welcome. While face-to-face may be off limits for the foreseeable, we don’t feel it would be right for you to go virtually roaming around the venue un-accompanied!

So, from a very safe distance, we will be holding the door open for you and showing you our spaces online using Zoom. You’ll be given a dedicated sales contact who’ll use a combination of our virtual tour, planning/capacity app and photos to walk and talk you through the spaces at The Brewery, and illustrate how they could work for your event. If you want to chat food we’ll bring chef in from his virtual kitchen and if you want to get creative with your AV and set we will stream in the tech department from their home. If you’re keen to see how others have used the spaces, we’ve case studies galore.

King George III reception


We’ve set up a dedicated email address so we can bring the magic together and replicate our well known welcome in your own home. Email and we will get the ball rolling by assigning a date and time that works for you’re virtual site visit – if it’s home schooling your own product knowledge, looking for a venue to re-engage your team later in the year, or you just want to be nosey – we’re here to show and tell!

This service is also available to anyone who is interested in our sister venue The Grubstreet Author, or if you are looking for a wedding venue we can arrange for your virtual site visit to be with our wedding manager, Milena.

The Brewery Wins Big At The London Tourism Awards

Last week, The Brewery celebrated success as they took home the award for Best Business Venue at the London Tourism Awards, hosted by London & Partners.


Business events venue of the year


Awarded for their excellent level of staff service and impeccable events spaces, judges said they were particularly impressed by the venue’s quirky additional touches and their new Grubstreet Author spaces, the latest of The Brewery’s venues.


Business events venue of the year


The team are delighted that their hard work has been recognised, and look forward to welcoming guests to events at the venue in the future.


Wedding venue questions

Celebration outside the church

Looking for the perfect wedding venue? Here’s 20 important questions that you should ask before booking

Booking your dream wedding venue is not only one of the first priorities when planning a wedding, it’s also the most significant decision you’ll make. With so much to consider, and with most venues requiring a deposit when booking, you’ll need to know you’re making the right decision for your big day.

It’s so easy to get carried away with excitement when looking at wedding venues. Be prepared with a list of questions to ask when you visit potential locations.

Here are some essential questions to ask your wedding venue before signing on the dotted line. Happy venue hunting!

Wedding venue booking basics

Is the venue available on the date?

If you have a particular date in mind for your wedding, make this your first question! It may seem a little obvious, but sometimes the date is just as important as the venue itself. Weekend dates in the warmer months get booked up early, sometimes years in advance, so enquire with the venue before you even visit to avoid disappointment.

What’s included in the price?

Finding out exactly what’s included in the price is essential for your wedding budget and means you won’t get stung with any unexpected costs further down the line. Ask about the usual suspects – VAT, tables and chairs, staffing costs and the fee for the civil ceremony.

What’s the capacity?

Before sending out your save the dates, it’s important to know how many your venue can seat. Your guest list will be hugely dependant on the size of the venue, so get this information as early in the process as possible.

Is there accommodation available for the bride, groom and wedding party to change before the ceremony?

Although many wedding venues have suitable accommodation, rooms or dedicated areas for the bride, groom and wedding party to get ready prior to the ceremony, not all of them do.

With this in mind, make sure you ask if there are any changing areas available before booking.

How much is the deposit for the venue and when is it due?

The majority of wedding venues will require a deposit to be paid if you decide to go ahead and book. The deposit you’ll be expected to pay will vary from venue to venue, however as a general rule of thumb, across the industry the deposit is usually 50% of the total bill.

Remember, the vast majority of wedding venue deposits are non-refundable, so make sure you’re 100% happy with the venue before committing to booking it. At the same time, you should also ask when the final payment is due so you can manage your budget effectively in the lead up to the wedding.

Does the venue have liability insurance?

This is probably one of the last things on your mind when it comes to planning your big day, but asking whether wedding venues have liability insurance should be one of the first questions you ask.

After all… if the worst was to happen, and a member of your wedding party got hurt or injured (even accidentally), if the venue did not have liability insurance, you would be held accountable for any claims made.

Of course, these instances are few and far between, but it’s always worthwhile covering your back, just in case.

The services

How much rehearsal time is allocated?

Your wedding day is one of the biggest and most important days of your life. And with many of us only doing it once, it’s important that every detail is perfect. This starts with thorough planning.

All venues should allocate a set rehearsal time for you to run through the ceremony, ensure that everyone knows their role and how the day will run. Of course, this time also allows you to ensure that you are happy with the scheduling and running order of your special day.

Check how much time is allocated to your rehearsal prior when deciding whether to book a venue or not.

Which rooms are licenced to hold the ceremony?

Having your ceremony and reception at the same location is convenient for both you and your guests, and it can save some money too. When you visit the venue, consider whether this is an option. Make sure you ask exactly which rooms you can get married in, so you can envisage the all-important ceremony.

Does the venue accommodate civil ceremonies?

Many wedding venues now offer the option to conduct a civil ceremony, which is great if you want a venue where you can get married and enjoy the celebrations after, without having to move to a different venue.

Are there any restrictions?

From areas off-limits for photography, to sound limiters for DJs and bands, ask what restrictions your venue has in place. This could mean that you’re unable to decorate the venue just how you imagined, or party until the hour you want, so it’s an important question to ask at the outset.

Can the venue provide equipment?

If you’re planning on getting your guests on the dance floor in the evening, make sure you enquire about the equipment that’s available at the venue. Consider the audio-visual equipment, electrical outputs and the lighting.

Does the venue have a dedicated wedding team and/or coordinator?

Choosing a venue with a wedding coordinator means that the planning process is as stress-free as possible. An in-house member of staff will not only know the venue inside out, but what works well too. Enlisting their help will undoubtedly be priceless!

Is there parking available at the venue?

Weddings often see guests travelling from far and wide to join in the celebrations. And, although many couples organise transport to take their guests to their wedding, some guests will drive to the venue.

With this in mind, you should check what car parking facilities your venue offers, especially if you’re getting married in London.

The food

Does the venue use an in-house caterer?

Some venues may charge you an extra fee to use your own caterers, so make sure you have an idea of the catering you’re after before booking the venue. Many venues offer their own excellent in-house caterers, which are certainly worth looking at. If not, ask if they have a list of preferred suppliers.

How flexible is the menu?

Many couples choose to reflect their individuality through their menu choices, so it’s worth asking whether there is any flexibility with the food choices or if creating a bespoke menu is an option.

Do you offer a food tasting service?

Whether you’re looking to celebrate your special day with a three-course dinner, a delicious wedding buffet or canapés between proceedings, you should always test the food menu you choose before your big day.

The majority of venues offer a food tasting service in with the price, so you can sample the food on offer before your wedding.

If you hire a private caterer, are there facilities they can use?

If you decide to hire a private caterer rather than using the venue’s catering services, you should make sure there are suitable facilities they can use, and of course, that they are insured to do so.

Are there additional charges for bar staff?

Depending on the size of your wedding, it might be necessary for your venue to increase their staffing levels. If this is the case, make sure you check if extra costs will be added on.

And everything in between…

Am I able to view the wedding venue from home?

If you are unable to get to the venue but would still like a tour, please take a look at our venue virtual tour and explore all the stunning rooms we have at The Brewery from the comfort of your own home.

Is there a plan for bad weather?

You can plan everything to the finest detail, but there’s just no predicting what the weather will do! Make sure your venue has a backup plan for rain and bad weather, and take a close look at any alternative space. You’ll need to love the backup plan just as much as you do the rest of the venue.

Is there nearby accommodation?

It’s always useful to find out if the venue has any nearby accommodation for both you and your guests. If the venue is in a remote area, you’ll need to do some research to ensure the closest accommodation is convenient for your guests and available on your wedding date.

Are you able to bring your own decorations?

Many venues will dress your venue for you in line with your theme and requirements, however many couples like to add a personal dimension by bringing along their own decorations.

Just check that the venue is happy with this before you start buying or making your decorations.

Why choose The Brewery for your wedding venue?

In the heart of London, The Brewery is a wedding venue like no other. Our wedding licence includes every one of our unique rooms within the venue and allows us to host your wedding ceremony and reception on-site for between 40 and 1,000 guests.

Our dedicated wedding planner is on hand to guide you through the entire process, taking care of everything from the budget to the dietary requirements, meaning you can relax and enjoy the build up to your big day. And from the moment you get in touch, your allocated wedding planner will become your single point of contact.

Each room includes everything you need to create the wedding you envisage – from LED lighting, PA systems and Wi-Fi.

To find out more about having your wedding at The Brewery, get in touch. We’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you have.

What are reception venues?

Drinks at a wedding reception venueWhat is a wedding reception?

The party held after a wedding ceremony, a wedding reception is a key part of any wedding celebration.

As a space where guests can drink, dance, dine and mingle, a wedding reception venue plays a major role in the big day. And there are now more options than ever before when it comes to choosing the perfect reception venue.

What happens during a traditional wedding reception?

All weddings have a well-planned out running order designed to ensure that the day runs as smoothly as possible. The vast majority of traditional wedding receptions run to a similar schedule.

Midday- early afternoon 

This is the time when most church wedding ceremonies take place. Depending on the type of service you opt for, a ceremony can last between 30 minutes to an hour.


During this period of time, the wedding party arrive at the reception venue ready to celebrate the happy couple tying the knot. The wedding party, including the best man and the maid of honour, tends to take charge of the wedding transportation.


Cocktails and meet and greet! This is when guests will enjoy drinks and mingle. Dinner is generally announced before long and all guests are welcomed into the main dining room.

5.30pm onwards

Dinner is served to the guests, speeches and toasts are made, the cake is cut and the bride and groom are asked to take to the dance floor for their first dance as a married couple.

Wedding reception traditions

There are lots of elements associated with a traditional wedding reception, including the father of the bride’s speech, the best man’s speech, the cutting of the wedding cake and, of course, the first dance.

However, traditions vary widely across faiths and cultures. There are many religious ceremonies that have their own traditions. For example, a number of laws and traditions form the basis of many Jewish wedding celebrations, including signing the Kerubah, taking vows under the Chuppah, fasting on the day of the wedding, and a celebratory dance known as the Hora.

What to consider when booking a wedding reception venue

When it comes to booking a wedding reception venue, there’s a lot to consider, from  the venue’s location to its catering facilities, its capacity and any packages on offer.

First and foremost, you should always meet up with the venue’s events team, as they will play a core role in ensuring that your celebrations run without any hiccups. Don’t be afraid to ask to sample the menu too, request the venue’s rules and regulations when it comes to last orders and noise, and ask for a tour of all of the facilities.

This will allow you to gauge whether or not the venue is suitable for your wedding theme, guest list and bespoke requirements, even for small intimate wedding details.

Why choose The Brewery for your wedding venue?

In the heart of London, The Brewery is a wedding venue like no other. Our wedding licence includes every one of our unique rooms within the venue and allows us to host your wedding ceremony and reception on-site for between 40 and 1,000 guests.

Our dedicated wedding planner is on hand to guide you through the entire process, taking care of everything from the budget to the dietary requirements, meaning you can relax and enjoy the build up to your big day. And from the moment you get in touch, your allocated wedding planner will become your single point of contact.

Each room includes everything you need to create the wedding you envisage – from LED lighting, PA systems and Wi-Fi.

To find out more about having your wedding at The Brewery, get in touch. Our friendly, helpful and professional team is always on hand to answer any of your questions when it comes to helping you to find the perfect wedding venue reception.

Christmas Parties 2020 – Enchantment Under The Ocean

We are super excited about Christmas party season this year, as we will be heading back to 1950s America and becoming students at Chiswell Valley High.

It’s nearly time for you to attend your senior prom and this year it is ‘Enchantment Under The Ocean’. We know that you’re super busy hanging out at the diner trying to catch the eye of your perfect date, there is also the prom dress/tux to worry about and not to forget your speech if you are named Prom King or Queen.

So we are going to look after the decoration for you and have got the nerds down at the IT Club to put together some drawings of what it’s all going to look like. Check out the images below and to find out how to book your party the dedicated micro site can be found here.

Porter Tun Christmas Party Image
Porter Tun – Enchantment Under The Ocean – Christmas 2020
Porter Tun - Enchantment Under The Ocean - Christmas 2020
Porter Tun – Enchantment Under The Ocean – Christmas 2020
Porter Tun - Enchantment Under The Ocean - Christmas 2020
Porter Tun – Enchantment Under The Ocean – Christmas 2020
Porter Tun Balcony - Enchantment Under The Ocean - Christmas 2020
Porter Tun Balcony – Enchantment Under The Ocean – Christmas 2020
Upper Sugar Room - Enchantment Under The Ocean - Christmas 2020
Upper Sugar Room – Enchantment Under The Ocean – Christmas 2020
Lower Sugar Room - Enchantment Under The Ocean - Christmas 2020
Lower Sugar Room – Enchantment Under The Ocean – Christmas 2020