Corporate event organisers celebrated 150 years of London’s Underground tube network at a special dinner at London Transport Museum, prepared by caterer Searcys, on 8th October. Guests enjoyed a champagne and canapé reception on arrival, before moving through to the museum galleries, where a Victorian flower market girl, a 1920s housewife and a 19th century fireman were amongst the actors who brought the venue tour to life.

Searcy’s served cured salmon with capers and quails egg and parsnip soup with hazelnut crisps, followed by sirloin of beef and with a museum high tea for dessert.

To round off the evening, guests competed to win a wine presentation box and a whisky decanter before having the chance to let their hair down on the bouncy bus. They also played a game of ‘guess the tube stations’ as part of the CBS Look for Longer exhibition.

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