Social event: #CochraneLondon brings ‘posh bash’ to iconic Natural History Museum
We’re delighted to be hosting this year’s social event at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday 5th September, starting at 7:30pm until late.
After the museum closes its doors to the public, Cochrane Colloquium attendees will be granted exclusive access to the main entrance area, Hintze Hall. This hall has dramatic Romanesque arches and a majestic staircase. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the surrounding museum specimens in the Hall and dance beneath the suspended 25-meter blue whale skeleton named ‘Hope’.
Dinner, which will include bowl food and canapés, will be included and there will be an open bar (including selected drinks) for three hours, with the opportunity to buy additional drinks too.
In the spirit of giving back, the Colloquium organizers have requested a £15 donation during registration, to be given to St. Mungo's, a national charity based in London that works to prevent homelessness and aid individuals in their journey to recover from it. By encouraging donations, we hope to minimize non-attendance and food waste, while positively impacting the community.
Time: Tuesday 5th September, 7:30pm until late.
Please note: This event does not include a sit-down meal and will be predominantly non-seated, although some seating will be available.
Guests: If you would like to bring guests, you’re welcome to buy additional tickets at £75 each (including VAT). To do so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know how many additional tickets you would like.
Address: Natural History Museum, Cromwell Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 5BD, UK