The venue collaborated with six industry partners for the Winter Warmer event including Fisher Productions, The Recipe, Sternberg Clarke, Pinstripes and Peonies, Projection Advertising and Great Hire.
Sternberg Clarke’s musical trio Melody Domain, who played songs from between the 1950s and 2000s, set the atmosphere for the event as guests dined surrounded by historic artwork, including priceless works by Canaletto and Rembrandt.
Desserts and cocktails were served in the courtyard atrium after a contemporary acrobatic and dance performance from Charlie Wheeler and Elizabeth Rice.
Fisher Productions collaborated with Projection Advertising to produce video mapping for the evening, which ended in a kaleidoscope of butterflies.
Dagmara Budzbon-Szymanska, of The Wallace Collection’s event team, said: "It was a remarkable evening at The Wallace Collection and we were thrilled to be working with a great team of suppliers. We created an unusual set up for the event which showcased both our classical galleries and the contemporary courtyard in a completely new light."
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