QEII Centre forecasts record turnover for 2018/19

Leading central London events venue the QEII Centre is forecasting financial growth of more than 9% year-on-year, with a projected turnover of circa £15.67m for 2018/19. This will mean an outstanding growth rate of 63% over a six-year period, from £9.6m turnover in...

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Flower Power: The 3 R’S:- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Did you know, 500,000 trees are killed every week just for the Sunday newspaper?By making simple changes, such as recycling a single run of The Sunday New York Times, this would save 75,000 trees. So, if all our newspaper was recycled, we could save around 250,000,000...

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February round-up: Feedback Fridays

February has been and gone, but it was a busy month for the centre. Here's our February round-up of the feedback we've received this month. Keep up to date with our Feedback Fridays on Instagram. #FeedbackFriday A post shared by QEII Centre, London (@qeiicentre) on...

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QEII blooms in showcase of creativity

QEII blooms in showcase of creativity

  London’s QEII Centre was in full bloom last night (Tuesday 19 February), for a staggering showcase of enchantment, imagination and discovery. More than 150 event professionals were welcomed into the underground warrens of the evening’s three hosts – Mr Badger,...

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January round-up: Feedback Fridays

Last year we dropped a feedback video called Your QEII Centre, the idea behind this video was to visualise and celebrate the feedback our staff receive across the centre. Now we're in a new year, we’ve decided to make a resolution of our own, to celebrate our staff...

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Flower Power: Washing Line

Flower Power: Washing Line

When was the last time you tried to destroy a 10p supermarket plastic bag? Well, with the help of artist Amanda Petts, we tried and couldn’t! So, think again before buying into the ‘bag for life’ concept as it really is a bag for life. Maybe think about what else you...

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Flower Power: Tunnel Vision

Satin ribbon harks back to the roots of craftsmanship in the UK. It has long been associated with dressmaking, fabrics, interiors and soft furnishings from the middle ages onwards. Its understated luxury and simple elegance transport us into a different world. The art...

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