Wednesday March 29, 2017
Tourism Society Annual Dinner
House of Lords, London
Wednesday 29th March 2017
7.00pm - 10.30pm (drinks reception from 7pm, dinner at 8pm)
The Tourism Society will hold its prestigious Annual Dinner in the exclusive surroundings of the House of Lords, hosted by the Society's President Lord Thurso MP FTS and attended by Society members and their guests. The black-tie evening includes a drinks reception followed by a delicious three-course meal.
Our pre-dinner reception will be in the Cholmondeley Room. The wallpaper was designed by Augustus Welby Pugin who collaborated with Charles Barry to produce Gothic Revival designs throughout the Palace of Westminster. The letter ‘R’ and the chained White Hart or deer were the symbols of King Richard II who commissioned the great hammer-beam roof in Westminster Hall.
The capacity of the venue is limited to 120 so make sure you book early.
Tourism Society members £129
Table of ten £1100
NB - there is no VAT to add to these prices.
Outline programme for the evening
7.00pm – drinks reception
7.50 – dinner announced; Chairman’s welcome
8.00 – dinner served
9.15 – speeches
9.35 – presentation of Tourism Society Award
10.30 – carriages