Once Christmas is over and life begins to get back to a semblance or normality, you might start looking for the perfect way to entertain your clients. And what better way than a night at the ballet. From 26th February to 15th April, the Royal Opera will be home to Giselle, which has been described as ‘the greatest of all romantic ballets’.
A new report has revealed that the English Premier League has contributed almost £3.4 billion to the UK economy in the form of tax receipts from more than 100,000 full-time employees and revenue generated from other sources such as merchandise, advertising and sponsorship.
It used to be tradition to go to a Christmas pantomime every year to be entertained by villains and heroes. While pantos are still hugely popular today, another type of event is becoming something that children and adults look forward to every year. That event is Disney on Ice, and this year’s extravaganza is Worlds of Enchantment.
The recent Rugby World Cup held in England has introduced a whole new set of fans to the sport, with many now eagerly anticipating the Six Nations tournament that begins in February 2016. Many England fans will be hoping their team can improve after the disastrous World Cup, which saw them bow out at the group stages.
When it comes to choosing events for corporate hospitality, many companies are confused. They are not sure what sort of event will suit their clients, or whether a particular event is appropriate for the type of guest who will be in attendance.
Now is the perfect time to reward hard-working staff members or treat clients to something special. With Christmas just around the corner, West End musicals are hugely popular. DTB are proud to be able to provide clients with tickets to some of the most sought after shows, including The Book of Mormon. This heart-warming religious satire musical is currently running at The Prince of Wales Theatre and it is a huge box office success.