The Royal Variety Performance 2016 takes place at the Eventim Apollo on the 6th December and although it’s been 14 years since this venue hosted arguably the most famous variety show in the entertainment calendar it is sure to be a show that will be unforgettable yet again for all the right reasons. The quality is unsurpassable.

The list of performers is always phenomenal; it would be hard to imagine the number of top calibre acts being on the same line up in any other situation.

From Dame Shirley Bassey to One Direction and Peter Kay to its most recent host, comedian Jack Whitehall, the show and its unique performances are breathtaking.

This event raises a great amount for the Royal Variety Charity formerly known as the Entertainment Artists Benevolent Fund which was founded in 1908 and has the Queen as its patron.

Events company specialists know that the Royal Variety Performance is a quick selling corporate hospitality option.

What better way is there to welcome classic entertainment, help a charitable cause and start your Christmas countdown?

The first Royal Variety Performance was held in 1912 and with the exception of war time hiatus’ there have been shows every year. It’s a remarkable fact that there have been 88 shows in 104 years.

George V and Queen Mary attended the first show and in 2015 it was Prince Harry’s honour to be the royal representative and guest of honour. The Queen and Prince Philip attended the 2012 centenary show.

This is such a momentous occasion that simply obtaining a ticket would be to do yourself and your party a disservice.

You should revel in luxury as you witness some of the greatest performers on the same stage.

The after show party – the official champagne reception and banquet – should be a jaw dropping event and if you wish to be there, you’ll need to book quickly because demand for this limited capacity event is staggering.

Hospitality event companies like DTB Sports and Events offer a range of luxurious opportunities and perks to help you enjoy your experience more than you could have dreamed.

Corporate hospitality at the Royal Variety Performance could be an early Christmas gift, a birthday or anniversary present or an opportunity for professionals to enjoy socialising without the pressure of the office and workload bearing down on them.

Generally, the prices are as follows, there may be variations between hospitality event specialists:

  • Stalls: £395
  • Arena or Premium Stalls: £495
  • Boxes: 5 seats per box £395 per seat
  • Boxes: 8 seats per box £495 per seat
  • Boxes: 12 seats per box £575 per seat
  • After show party: £225 + VAT

Make it a perfect evening with corporate hospitality, excellent entertainment, charitable contributions and a plethora of stars (yet to be disclosed) that you never thought that you’d have the opportunity to see and be sat just a few feet away from.

Contact event company specialists before opportunities vanish.

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